banner

  1. long strip of cloth for decoration or advertising
  2. a newspaper headline that runs across the full page

banner

A publication's title, set in a recognisable way using a special typeface, size, and colour. The banner is usually consistent across issues. See logo.

Banner

1. A flag-like cloth draped or stretched between two anchor points, usually bearing a slogan. 2. A flag with heraldic arms placed on it overall (in other words, not in a small shield shape). Often called a heraldic banner. The U.S. state of Maryland is an example. 3. Poetically, any flag carried by a military force.

Banner

[Mongols] A tug (туг tug tʰʊɡ), or a sulde (сүлд, sulde), usually called a Tug Banner, is a pole with circularly arranged horse or yak tail hairs of varying colors arranged at the top. It was flown during the period of the Mongol Empire, and presently in Mongolia, used similarly to a flag. A white-haired banner is used as a peacet...
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banner

An in-store advertising sign or display used to identify in-store locations, sale items and products.
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banner

[adj] - unusually good 2. [adj] - of headlines 3. [n] - long strip of cloth for decoration or advertising
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Banner

A small area of a window or screen used for advertising purposes, often consisting of GIF images. A standard size for this area is 486 x 60 pixels.
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Banner

Paid advertisements in the form of graphics (usually rectangular in shape) displayed on a Web page. When viewers click on a banner, they are taken to the advertiser's Web site.
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Banner

Large headline or title that extends for the full width of a page in print and a full width advertisement on a web page that always remains in view. 'Hot-linked' to advertisers site.
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Banner

Ban'ner noun [ Middle English banere , Old French baniere , French bannière , bandière , from Late Latin baniera , banderia , from bandum banner, from Old High German bant band, strip of cloth; confer bindan to bind, Goth. bandwa
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banner

1. A kind of flag attached to a spear or pike by a crosspiece, and used by a chief as his standard in battle. 'Hang out our banners on the outward walls.' (Shak) ... 2. A large piece of silk or other cloth, with a device or motto, extended on a crosspiece, and borne in a procession, or suspended in some conspicuous place. ... 3. Any flag or standar...
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banner

streamer noun long strip of cloth or paper used for decoration or advertising
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Banner

• (n.) A large piece of silk or other cloth, with a device or motto, extended on a crosspiece, and borne in a procession, or suspended in some conspicuous place. • (n.) A kind of flag attached to a spear or pike by a crosspiece, and used by a chief as his standard in battle. • (n.) Any flag or standard; as, the star-spangled banner.B...
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banner

(from the article `Fabales`) ...the group, so that thousands of species can be recognized as a papilionoid at a glance. The sweet pea (Lathyrus) flower provides an example. It ...
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banner

(from the article `heraldry`) Arms in the Middle Ages were often displayed on fork-tailed pennons attached to lances. If the forked ends were cut away, the resulting flag was ... ...he was actually present. Standards were also used at first by the greater nobles, whose personal insignia they bore. They were originally long and ... [2...
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banner

(from the article `Inner Mongolia`) ...The region is divided into eight leagues (meng), similar to subprovincial units in China proper, and four prefecture-level municipalities (shih). ...
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Banner

A suspended panel used as a decoration or a sign, usually made of fabric or paper for temporary use.
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Banner

A graphic element, usually horizontal, on a Web page, used to title the page, head a new section, present a company's or advertiser's message, or provide a link to another page.
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Banner

Depending on how it's used, a banner is either a graphic image that announces the name or identity of a site (and often is spread across the width of the Web page) or is an advertising image.
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banner

A headline stretching across the width of a page, usually at the top. Also called a streamer.
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Banner

the upper petal of a pea flower
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Banner

[Unix] The Unix banner program outputs a large ASCII art version of the text that is supplied to it as its program arguments. One use of the command is to create highly visible separator pages for print jobs. == Operation == Each argument is truncated at 10 characters and printed on a `line` of its own. To print multiple words on a single l...
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Banner

[Australian rules football] The banner, in the context of Australian football, is a large crêpe paper and sticky-tape constructed banner made weekly by each team`s cheer squad. It is hoisted before the start of every Australian Rules Football game. When hoisted before each game, it reveals an encouraging or celebratory message to the team;...
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Banner

A banner is a flag or other piece of cloth bearing a symbol, logo, slogan or other message. A flag whose design is the same as the shield in a coat of arms (but usually in a square or rectangular shape) is called a banner of arms. Banner-making is an ancient craft. Church banners commonly portray the saint to whom the church is dedicated. The word...
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Banner

A slang term commonly used to refer to one of the Soldier's three backpack weapons: the Buff Banner, the Battalion's Backup, or the Concheror.
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