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Banner vs Scroll - What's the difference?

banner | scroll |


As nouns the difference between banner and scroll

is that banner is banner while scroll is a roll of paper or parchment; a writing formed into a roll; a schedule; a list.

As a verb scroll is

(computing|transitive) to change one's view of data on a computer's display, typically using a scroll bar or a scroll wheel.

Node vs Banner - What's the difference?

node | banner |


As an abbreviation node

is .

As a noun banner is

banner.

Common vs Banner - What's the difference?

common | banner |


As nouns the difference between common and banner

is that common is mutual good, shared by more than one while banner is banner.

As an adjective common

is mutual; shared by more than one.

As a verb common

is (obsolete) to communicate (something).

Banner vs Bulletin - What's the difference?

banner | bulletin |


As nouns the difference between banner and bulletin

is that banner is banner while bulletin is .

Banner vs Tarpaulin - What's the difference?

banner | tarpaulin |


As nouns the difference between banner and tarpaulin

is that banner is banner while tarpaulin is (countable) a heavy, waterproof sheet of material, often cloth, used as a cover.

Banner vs Signboard - What's the difference?

banner | signboard |


As nouns the difference between banner and signboard

is that banner is banner while signboard is (us) a board carrying a sign, or on which signs may be posted.

Banner vs Pole - What's the difference?

banner | pole |


As nouns the difference between banner and pole

is that banner is banner while pole is pole.

Banner vs Flyer - What's the difference?

banner | flyer |


As nouns the difference between banner and flyer

is that banner is banner while flyer is a machine that flies.

As a verb flyer is

to distribute flyers (leaflets).

Banner vs Burgee - What's the difference?

banner | burgee | Synonyms |

Banner is a synonym of burgee.


As nouns the difference between banner and burgee

is that banner is banner while burgee is a broad tapering pennant, often with a swallowtail, flown by merchant ships to identify the vessel and by yachts to identify the yacht club.

Banner vs Pennon - What's the difference?

banner | pennon | Related terms |

Banner is a related term of pennon.


As nouns the difference between banner and pennon

is that banner is banner while pennon is a thin triangular flag or streamer, especially as hung from the end of a lance or spear.

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