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Which of these fair creatures on the wall was the proprietor of this brochure?

The brochure was translated into French by M. Alidel, Paris.

"Here, here," replied Henry, as he searched his bosom for the brochure.

She showed the number on the brochure to her phone and then started to order.

I realized that I had done nothing to the brochure I was writing since lunch.

What seems to have been the first edition of this brochure bears no date.

Mr. Walter M. Hill shares this feeling and this brochure is the result.

Of Haydn we have amorous documents enough to make a brochure.

What was begun as a magazine article, and continued as a brochure, ends in a volume.

In this brochure the author makes an earnest endeavour to understand Christian Science and define its mission.

WORD ORIGIN

1748, "pamphlet; short written work stitched together," from French brochure "a stitched work," from brocher "to stitch" (sheets together), from Old French brochier "to prick, jab, pierce," from broche "pointed tool, awl" (see broach (n.)).

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