The PS3m Welsh Newspapers Online project - which saw two-thirds of its funding come from the Welsh Government - includes articles sourced from a host of now-defunct Welsh newspapers, including the Aberystwyth Observer, Pembrokeshire Herald and General Advertiser, Merthyr Telegraph, Cardigan Observer, and General Advertiser For the Counties of Cardigan, Carmarthen and Pembroke.
What does GADS stand for?
GADS stands for General Advertiser (Ireland)
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We have 17 other meanings of GADS in our Acronym Attic
- Genetic Algorithm for Design Optimization
- Georgia Department of Education (Atlanta, GA)
- Global Alliance for Democracy and Peace
- Government Anti-Diversion Policy
- Graphic Automatic Data Processing System
- Generic Animal Drug and Patent Term Restoration Act
- Generalized Anxiety Disorder Questionnaire (Anxiety Disorders Resource Center)
- Global Alliance for Disaster Reduction (University of North Carolina, Charlotte)
- Gate Assignment Display System
- Gateway Algorithms and Data Structures
- Generating Availability Data System
- Generator Availability Data System (North American Electric Reliability database on electric power producer equipment statistics)
- Geographic & Alphanumeric Display System
- Geometric Archetype Design System (modeling software for thermal analysis)
- Gilliam Asperger Disorder Scale
- Google AdWords (Internet advertising model)
- Goose Air Defense Sector
- Gymnasium an Der Schweizer Allee (German: Gymnasium on the Swiss Avenue)
- Global Automotive Declarable Substance List
- Georgia Association of Disability Service Providers in Higher Education
Samples in periodicals archive:
He was also on target in foreseeing that general advertisers would continue to cut back on use of farm publications and that advertising copy would become more technical.
The Lancashire General Advertiser trumpeted: "At all times Liverpool has many strangers within her gates but just now they are more numerous than ever.
The London Daily Post, and General Advertiser, 16 May 1738, p.
Inset,pages of the Liverpool General advertiser from 1769 Pictures: JASON ROBERTS