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Banner Ad

An advertisement embedded in a webpage. A banner ad is commonly at the top or the bottom on a page, but may be placed anywhere. Advertisers may pay by the number of clicks or by the number of views. A banner ad is also called a web banner. See also: CPC, CPM.
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Each carried a strange banner swung from stem to stern above the upper works, and upon the prow of each was painted some odd device that gleamed in the sunlight and showed plainly even at the distance at which we were from the vessels.
Saying which, Captain Nemo unfurled a black banner, bearing an "N" in gold quartered on its bunting.
It is seen also that she is ready and willing to follow a banner if only someone will raise it.
Bright were the days at Merry Mount, when the Maypole was the banner staff of that gay colony
Over the general's chair, which was a relic from the home of Washington, there was an arch of verdant boughs, with the laurel profusely intermixed, and surmounted by his country's banner, beneath which he had won his victories.
It was the band of the Benefit Club, which had mustered in all its glory-- that is to say, in bright-blue scarfs and blue favours, and carrying its banner with the motto, "Let brotherly love continue," encircling a picture of a stone-pit.
Nicholas, when the string broke, and he tumbled down the bank, bumping from rock to rock and bush to bush, and leaving the red cloak fluttering like a bloody banner in the air.
When they see me, when they behold the banner of France, they will rally round me, for they will comprehend that I have your support.
On top of the mound was erected a staff, from which fluttered the banner of the chieftain, and the scalps that he had taken in battle.
As he gave a parting look, a breeze waved the little banner upon the sapling oak and reminded Reuben of his vow.
So if you'll serve under the old banner," concluded Mr.
Nearby was a large, handsome house with its ample front illuminated in the same way, and above its roof floated the Star-Spangled Banner of America.