08:004:003 And he said unto the kinsman, Naomi, that is come again out of the country of Moab, selleth a parcel of land, which was our brother Elimelech's: 08:004:004 And I thought to advertise thee, saying, Buy it before the inhabitants, and before the elders of my people.
The old man had wrote a couple of times to the plantation below Orleans to come and get their runaway nigger, but hadn't got no answer, because there warn't no such plantation; so he allowed he would advertise Jim in the St. Louis and New Orleans papers; and when he mentioned the St. Louis ones it give me the cold shivers, and I see we hadn't no time to lose.
We advertise our business, communicate our intentions, enunciate our views; we notify an individual, give notice to the public.
Every movement advertised commingled threatening and overture of friendliness.
"In my home city they're using it to advertise a particular sort of bread.
The last time he'd been here, it had been thronged with counterfeiters and touts handing out fliers advertising their services, scrap-buyers with scales lining the sidewalks, hawkers selling fruit and ices.
He had read one or two articles on the subject in the smaller magazines, had seen from time to time curious and sometimes beautiful series of ads run by first one corporation and then another, advertising some product.
Too skilled to advertise their presence by a show of arms and men.
It was large for a wolf, its gaunt frame advertising the lines of an animal that was among the largest of its kind.
The old gray wall began to advertise a similar fiery lettering to the first, with a strange and unwonted mien, as if distressed at duties it had never before been called upon to perform.
He did make one or two feeble efforts to take up the work again when the six months had elapsed, but there was always the same coldness—the same want of sympathy on the part of the world to fight against; and, after awhile, he despaired altogether, and advertised the instrument for sale at a great sacrifice—“owner having no further use for same”—and took to learning card tricks instead.
Those quacks and misanthropes who advertise indelible Japan ink should be made to perish along with their wicked discoveries.
The guy sitting next to me was wearing a giveaway baseball cap advertising the Uzi submachine gun.
"Then again, if a woman and her lover conspire to murder a husband, are they going to advertise their guilt by ostentatiously removing his wedding ring after his death?
No ordinary impulse would bring a man to such a place in this black hour before the dawn--particularly Paredes, who spoke constantly of his superstitious nature, who advertised a thorough-paced fear of the Cedars.
Why is that tattling old harridan, Peggy O'Dowd, to make free with my name at her d--d supper-table, and advertise my engagement over the three kingdoms?
She ran frantically, hysterically, straining to the utmost, advertising the effort she was making with every leap: and all the time White Fang slid smoothly away from her silently, without effort, gliding like a ghost over the ground.
The movement is, properly speaking, a derivative from Nihilism—though they are only known indirectly, and by hearsay, for they never advertise their doings in the papers.
They walked in silence through the shouting grabbing crowds, the flurries of cards advertising fake documents shoved in their hands by grannies on all sides of them.
We are not trying to advertise the telephone company.
It advertised his callowness—a callowness sheer and unutterable.
You may advertise a spurious article, and induce many people to call andbuy it once, but they will denounce you as an impostor and swindler, andyour business will gradually die out and leave you poor.