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- noun: a public indication, typically report,…
- A sign or notice for show in a public spot.
- A small card or plaque, such as for instance a nameplate on a door.
- A sheet of report or cardboard with a written or printed statement using one part for display in a public place.
- A public proclamation; a manifesto or edict released by authority.
- authorization provided by expert; a license.
- A written or imprinted paper, as an ad or a declaration, published, or even be published, in a public spot; a poster.
- a supplementary dish on the reduced part of the breastplate or backplate.
- some sort of stomacher, usually adorned with jewels, worn inside fifteenth century and soon after.
- A written or imprinted report showing some proclamation or announcement, and designed to be published in a public destination to attract community interest; a posting-bill; a poster.
- An edict, manifesto, proclamation, or command given by authority.
- A public license, or one provided by authority; a license.
- In medieval armor, same as placcate.
- A plate or label upon which to place a mark of ownership.
- Pargeting; parget-work.
- The woodwork or cabinet-work composing the doorway of a closet, etc., with its framework.
- A closet created or built in a wall, so only the home can be viewed from outside.
- an indicator published in a public location as an ad
- To announce or promote through placards.
- to publish placards on or in.
- To display as a placard.
- To post placards upon or within.
- To announce by placards.
- To announce with placards.
- post in a community destination
- publicize or announce by placards
- To post placards upon: as, to placard the wall space of a town.
- to create known or make public in the form of placards: as, to placard the failure of a bank.