AD - translation to English
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AD - translation to English

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Ad; A. D.

AD         
DA, Democractic Action (Venezuela)
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  • A [[DBAG Class 101]] with [[UNICEF]] ads at Ingolstadt main railway station
  • 1916 ''Ladies' Home Journal'' version of the famous ad by [[Helen Lansdowne Resor]] of the J. Walter Thompson Agency
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  • Advertisement for a live radio broadcast, sponsored by a milk company, Adohr milk, and published in the ''[[Los Angeles Times]]'' on May 6, 1930
  • A [[Transperth]] bus with an advertisement on its side
  • A print advertisement for the 1913 issue of the ''[[Encyclopædia Britannica]]''
  • Advertisement for Guy's Tonic in the 1900s
  • Paying people to hold signs is one of the oldest forms of advertising, as with this [[human billboard]].
  • An [[Estonian language]] advertisement about a cruise between [[Tallinn]] and [[Helsinki]] in the 1930s
  • An [[Allegiant Air]] aircraft in the special [[Blue Man Group]] livery
  • Camel]] cigarettes in the 1940s
  • Bronze plate for printing an advertisement for the Liu family needle shop at [[Jinan]], [[Song dynasty]] China. It is the world's earliest identified printed advertising medium.
  • An advertisement for a diner. Such signs are common on storefronts.
  • A [[Coca-Cola]] advertisement from the 1890s
  • [[Edo period]] LEL flyer from 1806 for a traditional medicine called ''Kinseitan''
  • Human billboard at the [[National Multicultural Festival]] being used to advertise Facebook news feed
  • [[George William Joy]]'s depiction of the interior of a late 19th century omnibus conspicuously shows the advertisements placed overhead
  • GEO]]'' magazine
  • A taxicab with an advertisement for [[Daikin]] in Singapore. Buses and other vehicles are popular media for advertisers.
  • 1949}} pictured here, are usually placed in busy locations.
  • Mobile Billboard in [[East Coast Park, Singapore]]
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  • 1890}}
  • The ''[[RedEye]]'' newspaper advertised to its target market at [[North Avenue Beach]] with a sailboat billboard on [[Lake Michigan]].
  • Advertising man pasting a bill for [[Madame Tussauds]], London in 1877
  • A television commercial being filmed in 1948
  • An advertisement for the [[Wikimedia Foundation]]
  • A [[Zeppelin NT]] (D-LZFN) of [[Friedrichshafen]] used for advertisement
FORM OF COMMUNICATION FOR MARKETING, TYPICALLY PAID FOR
Advertisement; Advert; Ad; Advertisment; Advertisements; Advertiser; Commercial message; Advertisers; Advertised; Adverts; Ghost ad; Advertizing; Newspaper advertisement; Textual ads; Print ad; Ethical advertising; Commercial Message; Insidious adverstising; Ghost branding; Contemporary advertising; Advertising material; Advertising materials; Newspaper advertising; Advertize; Advertizement; Advertising media; Advertises; Advertized; Newspaper ad; Promotional documents; Non traditional advertising; Types of advertising; Pervasive advertising; Newspaper advertisements; Advertise; Paid media; The evolution of american advertising; Glossy brochure; Commercial marketing; Promotional tone; Advertising professional; Covert advertising; Below the line (advertising); Above the line (advertising); Regulation of advertising; Legal restrictions on advertising; Through the line; Above the line promotion; Paid advertisement; Restrictions on advertising; Advertising man; Crowdsourced advertising; Secret advertisement; Secret advertising
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AD         
  • A [[DBAG Class 101]] with [[UNICEF]] ads at Ingolstadt main railway station
  • 1916 ''Ladies' Home Journal'' version of the famous ad by [[Helen Lansdowne Resor]] of the J. Walter Thompson Agency
  • url-status=live }}</ref>
  • Advertisement for a live radio broadcast, sponsored by a milk company, Adohr milk, and published in the ''[[Los Angeles Times]]'' on May 6, 1930
  • A [[Transperth]] bus with an advertisement on its side
  • A print advertisement for the 1913 issue of the ''[[Encyclopædia Britannica]]''
  • Advertisement for Guy's Tonic in the 1900s
  • Paying people to hold signs is one of the oldest forms of advertising, as with this [[human billboard]].
  • An [[Estonian language]] advertisement about a cruise between [[Tallinn]] and [[Helsinki]] in the 1930s
  • An [[Allegiant Air]] aircraft in the special [[Blue Man Group]] livery
  • Camel]] cigarettes in the 1940s
  • Bronze plate for printing an advertisement for the Liu family needle shop at [[Jinan]], [[Song dynasty]] China. It is the world's earliest identified printed advertising medium.
  • An advertisement for a diner. Such signs are common on storefronts.
  • A [[Coca-Cola]] advertisement from the 1890s
  • [[Edo period]] LEL flyer from 1806 for a traditional medicine called ''Kinseitan''
  • Human billboard at the [[National Multicultural Festival]] being used to advertise Facebook news feed
  • [[George William Joy]]'s depiction of the interior of a late 19th century omnibus conspicuously shows the advertisements placed overhead
  • GEO]]'' magazine
  • A taxicab with an advertisement for [[Daikin]] in Singapore. Buses and other vehicles are popular media for advertisers.
  • 1949}} pictured here, are usually placed in busy locations.
  • Mobile Billboard in [[East Coast Park, Singapore]]
  • df=mdy-all
}}</ref>
  • 1890}}
  • The ''[[RedEye]]'' newspaper advertised to its target market at [[North Avenue Beach]] with a sailboat billboard on [[Lake Michigan]].
  • Advertising man pasting a bill for [[Madame Tussauds]], London in 1877
  • A television commercial being filmed in 1948
  • An advertisement for the [[Wikimedia Foundation]]
  • A [[Zeppelin NT]] (D-LZFN) of [[Friedrichshafen]] used for advertisement
FORM OF COMMUNICATION FOR MARKETING, TYPICALLY PAID FOR
Advertisement; Advert; Ad; Advertisment; Advertisements; Advertiser; Commercial message; Advertisers; Advertised; Adverts; Ghost ad; Advertizing; Newspaper advertisement; Textual ads; Print ad; Ethical advertising; Commercial Message; Insidious adverstising; Ghost branding; Contemporary advertising; Advertising material; Advertising materials; Newspaper advertising; Advertize; Advertizement; Advertising media; Advertises; Advertized; Newspaper ad; Promotional documents; Non traditional advertising; Types of advertising; Pervasive advertising; Newspaper advertisements; Advertise; Paid media; The evolution of american advertising; Glossy brochure; Commercial marketing; Promotional tone; Advertising professional; Covert advertising; Below the line (advertising); Above the line (advertising); Regulation of advertising; Legal restrictions on advertising; Through the line; Above the line promotion; Paid advertisement; Restrictions on advertising; Advertising man; Crowdsourced advertising; Secret advertisement; Secret advertising
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Definition

ad
ad (del lat. "ad"; ant.) prep. A.

Wikipedia

AD
AD o ad pueden referirse a:
Pronunciation examples for AD
1. AD.
Archaeological Computing Evolution _ Dominic Powlesland _ Talks at Google
2. 80 AD to 230 AD.
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3. ad during "Glee," an amazing ad.
LGBT Advocacy _ Wilson Cruz _ Talks at Google
4. AD: Oh,
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5. Ad hoc.
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Examples of use of AD
1. Los voluntarios son guías no profesionales que trabajan ad honorem.
2. "Buscan una jurisprudencia ad hoc para la SGAE" Tanto Julio Alonso como su abogado, Carlos Sánchez Almeida, experto en delitos informáticos, lo tienen claro: la Sociedad General de Autores está buscando una jurisprudencia ad hoc para ellos.
3. Todas ad honorem, y en un mes concluye su beca de investigación en la facultad.
4. Walker, Charge d´affaires ad interim en Madrid a George W.
5. Pero, ¿logrará su objetivo de impulsar la creación de un partido político ad hoc?