sandwich board

NOUN
  1. signboard consisting of two hinged boards that hang front and back from the shoulders of a walker and are used to display advertisements
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How To Use sandwich board In A Sentence

  • The Times reported last month that sandwich boards and advertising placards are to be banned to reduce street clutter. Times, Sunday Times
  • He cocks his leg and pees against the cafe's sandwich board sign, then darts under the cafe tables and in passing smells the trouser leg of a business man.
  • If a trader wishes to put up a fingerpost sign, sandwich board or tables and chairs on the streets they will be required to pay annual licence fees of between 125 and 630.
  • ‘One young child wet the bed one night and was forced to walk round with a sandwich board over him the next day saying what he had done,’ she said.
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  • The Times reported last month that sandwich boards and advertising placards are to be banned to reduce street clutter. Times, Sunday Times
  • Aluminium honeycomb panel , Sandwich board, Stainless steel honeycomb panel, Stone honeycomb panel, Aluminium - plastics composite ridge plates.
  • Despite spending hours patrolling the city with a sandwich board, he has spent decidedly less time wearing out his shoe leather looking for work. The Sun
  • This work is also part of the larger Walkers series that includes performances in which actual walkers with sandwich boards create startling incongruities in environments as diverse as Hollywood, Death Valley, Speaker's Corner in London, and the Las Vegas Strip. Bill Bush: Seeing Red: This Artweek.LA (October 24-30, 2011)
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