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ADVERTISEMENT. A 'notice' published either in handbills or in a newspaper.
     2. The law in many instances requires parties to advertise in order to give notice of acts which are to be done; in these cases, the advertisement is in general equivalent to notice.
     3. When an advertisement contains the terms of sale, or description of the property to be sold, it will bind the seller; and if there be a material misrepresentation, it may avoid the contract, or at least entitle the purchaser to a compensation and reduction from the agreed, price. Kapp's R. 344; 1 Chit. Pr. 295.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Video ads in mobile search results have the potential to increase Amazon's average ad price for its core search results ads.
'Moreover, beyond supporting push ads, we are now also becoming their largest provider on the market, with a database of over 300 million opt-ins.
Google is following the coalition's thresholds, which are based on the frequency with which ads that do not comply with the standards are displayed.
Enter the Coalition for Better Ads' new standards ( standards).
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But while users won't be able to stop ads from showing up, Facebook says it wants to make it easier for people to control the types of ads they want to see.
In June 2015, an estimated 198 million Internet users around the world were blocking ads, up from 39 million in January 2012.
Past data indicates that, in general, ads will be seen and read consistently from one placement to another.
Spending on ads totaled 5.92 trillion yen last year, down 11.5 percent from the previous year when they decreased 4.7 percent, said Japan's biggest ad agency, which began compiling data in 1947.
In fact, the construction industry was the largest patron for the ad media last year, investing NT$5.59 billion in ads, NT$670 million, or 10%, less than the 2008 level.
Web site ads are considered written ads for compliance purposes.
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