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However, a handout that is used by attendees over and over again to help them do their job and has your branding on it could be a bigger benefit to you and your audience in the long run.
Going back into the classroom part-time means they will probably be getting papers and handouts in addition to needing to keep digital assignments and resources organized.
I encourage students to create a system where any document on their computer or handout in their binder can be located in under a minute.
You would think a party that has long preached the gospel of personal responsibility — of pulling yourself up by the bootstraps rather than relying on government handouts — would reject this cult of victimhood.
They’ve talked about the need to offer “a hand up, not a handout,” and to ensure homeless people commit themselves, as a condition to home subsidies, to address the issues that may have contributed to their homelessness.
It appears like I'm givin' all I've got for a handout at the kitchen door of the big company.
THE QUICKENINGFRANCIS LYNDE
I find that in asking for a handout the man who looks up-to-date is the man who gets it.
For a festive handout cut the spice cake or fruit cake in slices and sandwich them with slices of tasty cheese between.
THE COMPLETE BOOK OF CHEESEROBERT CARLTON BROWN
Beside them, the once-fierce dog gamboled like a puppy, hoping for another handout.
THE PIRATES OF SHANHAROLD LELAND GOODWIN
Maybe we asks fer a handout now and then; but that ain't our reg'lar way.
THE OAKDALE AFFAIREDGAR RICE BURROUGHS

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