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notice board

noun
1.
(Brit) a board on which notices, advertisements, bulletins, etc, are displayed US and Canadian name bulletin board
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  • I'll look up the railway guide, and pin a programme on the notice board to-morrow.

    A Pair of Schoolgirls Angela Brazil
  • In the corridor, close by the entrance, was a notice board and a letter rack.

    Full-Back Foster Ralph Henry Barbour
  • A notice board was put up in the German trenches bearing the words "Lemberg is taken."

  • He then went to his own place, and wrote for about ten minutes, after which I observed him go up and stand by the notice board.

    Eric Frederic William Farrar
  • A notice board informed the wayfarer that here, owing to old mining operations, the cliff was extremely dangerous.

    The Air Pirate Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull
  • The site of the village of Hooge—marked only by a notice board—is next reached.

  • There was no keeper or water bailiff, not even a notice board.

    Nature Near London Richard Jefferies
  • The notice board, nailed some seven or eight feet from the ground, stared them in the face.

    Haviland's Chum Bertram Mitford
  • In former days the notice board was posted at the Chūmon (middle gate), ordering all visitors to dismount from horse or kago.

    Bakemono Yashiki (The Haunted House) James S. De Benneville
  • You can all go to the dressing-room I will pin the result on the notice board as soon as I possibly can.

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