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  • For the poster, several characters were added and others received up-to-date looks.
  • Each year, an artist is selected to produce the poster art for the festival.
  • The poster round is a separate competition, and does not count towards the main event.
  • He has been called the father of the modern poster.
  • It provides a poster of a star sports person every issue.
  • In truth, we are going to produce a series of inspired poster images over the next few years.
  • A poster for this album can be seen in the film, Mean Girls.
  • There is an information poster outside the station, by the main bus stands.
  • He later saw a billboard poster of the album cover while he was out shopping.
  • The cover art of the album is taken from a Soviet poster.
  • So he placed a poster over it to cover it.
  • No other poster, clock, or picture could be placed higher on the wall than the president's picture.
  • This version is a tie-in, using the film's poster as cover art.
  • The band liked that it was short and thought that it looked good on a poster.
  • His fastidiousness and attention to detail also found its way into each film poster for his films.
  • The poster is frequently named one of the greatest movie posters ever made.
  • One made the final cut and the film poster.
  • After writing his story, his mission was clear and it was not to become a poster boy for the illness.
  • In one episode of the show, a character is seen hanging a poster of the band in her office.
  • This would continue until the day of the show; the last poster standing was the victor.
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Meaning of poster

  • noun A sign posted in a public place as an advertisement
    a poster advertised the coming attractions