The TV ads were deemed legal by a deputy county attorney, but the flyers were not.
The air force gave the tablets to its flyers (in this case, it was "pilot's chocolate" or "pilot's salt").
Then, America blanketed Afghanistan with flyers offering $5,000 bounties for Arabs.
also flier, mid-15c., "something that flies," agent noun of fly (v.1). Meaning "something that goes fast" is from 1795; that of "aviator" is from 1934. Meaning "speculative investment" is from 1846 (on the notion of a "flying leap"). Meaning "small handbill or fly-sheet" is from 1889, U.S. slang (originally especially of police bulletins), on notion of "made to be scattered broadcast." Meaning "aviator" is from World War I. Related: Fliers; flyers.
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