Today the Jewish woman who was once a Nazi poster child is a professor of chemistry in New York.
“EOTS is a poster child for one of the ills of the acquisition process,” the official said.
Instead, she has been enshrined as the poster child of celebrity victimization.
They have made Keystone XL the poster child of their climate-change efforts.
Jimmy is the poster child for paranoia-induced volatility, and receives the brunt of the punishment.
How a Minnesota congresswoman became a poster child for the GOP crack-up.
Italian-American Lasagna by Lidia Bastianich A dense meat sauce makes this lasagna the poster child for hearty lasagnas.
Rebekah could be a poster child for the current PhD despondency.
Patrina first served as a poster child for resilience rewarded.
In the 1990s, Janeane Garofalo was a poster child for the Reality Bites generation.
Someone given prominence in a certain cause: The Bible-thumpers portray Col. North as the poster boy for the religious right/ Mary Matalin, for all her new visibility as a GOP poster girl, is actually a moderate/ Marky Mark became the poster child of the baby teens, smiling with sweet innocence in his Calvin Klein underwear from billboards around the country
[1980s+; fr the appealing children appearing on posters in the 1930s and following, soliciting money for various disease-fighting organizations]