It was not the bulletin-board of my not altogether remote undergraduate days.
"Saw it on the bulletin-board as I came in," said his subordinate laconically.
The exact state of the case was now as plain to me as if it had been posted up on a bulletin-board.
Then he compromised on watching the Advocate-Times bulletin-board.
Thats what Mrs. Dupont called it when she bracketed his name and mine together on the bulletin-board as Irreclaimable whisperers.
Soon the bulletin-board was crowded by hundreds who could not get near enough to read.
There was a bulletin-board, and on it his number, and the record of the weights of the cars he had sent out that day.
I slipped out and went over to the bulletin-board where the degree-men were posted, and sure enough, I was not among them.
An acquaintance of Patty's strolled up to the bulletin-board.
“It is not honest,” said Robbie Belle, back in the shadowy corridor before the bulletin-board.
|bulletin board |
An electronic communication system that allows users to send or read electronic messages, files, and other data that are of general interest and addressed to no particular person. Bulletin boards were widely used before the Internet became popular, and many of their functions are now served by websites and newsgroups for specific topics or groups.