Definition of posting:
greenback, bill poster, eyeshade, menu, carte du jour, billhook, plug-in, pecker, bulletin, circular, card, advert, vizor, advertorial, invoice, add-in, beak, account name, post horse, nib, government note, circuit card, ad, throwaway, circuit board, blind certificate, baby, billboard, ABEND, banner ad, wag, bill sticker, calling card, account, visiting card, entry, flyer, neb, identity card, Bluetooth, banner, batting order, banknote, note, measure, advertisement, bill, desk job, bill of fare, dead-end job, banker's bill, lineup, anonymous FTP, chore, day job, busywork, Boolean, observation, consultancy, flier, communiqué, scorecard, words, poster, cover, notification, address, bank note, notice, observance, visor, broadside, mailing, placard, board, insertion, child labor, carte, classified ad, handbill, bumper sticker, peak, broadsheet, blogosphere, wit, release, bookmark, bank bill, access number.
- corresponding (part of speech: verb)
- locating (part of speech: verb)
business (part of speech: noun)
- busy work,
- location (part of speech: noun)
- situating (part of speech: verb)
- publishing (part of speech: verb)
- "The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons", Jacques Casanova de Seingalt.
The Protestant reformation cause, started in Germany in 1517 by Martin Luther posting his thesis, had become identified with Henry's efforts to have his marriage of eighteen years to the virtuous Catherine annulled so he could marry a much younger woman: Anne.- "Our Legal Heritage, 4th Ed.", S. A. Reilly.
Of course, said William Condor, a man of Mr. Lawrence Newt's experience and knowledge of the world is aware that there are certain necessary expenses attendant upon elections- such as printing, rent, lighting, warming, posting, etc.- "Trumps", George William Curtis.