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noun as in handbill

noun as in booklet

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Schumer knew how to run the mimeograph machine that cranked out leaflets in the local campaign office, so they made him deputy manager.

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Fodor interrogated prisoners of war and wrote propaganda leaflets that were dropped in enemy territory.

Meanwhile, the union stationed organizers outside the warehouse to answer questions and hand out leaflets to workers as their ended their shifts.

If you and I are both advertising pizzas, and you go out on the streets and hand out leaflets, but I go to the lobby of a pizza pickup joint, it looks like I’ve got a 100% success rate, but they’re already coming there to buy the pizzas.

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It’s also pressing its case with leaflets and mandated anti-union meetings.

Bogucki includes the leaflet in a Powerpoint presentation he has developed.

Morrison handed her a “Yes” campaign leaflet printed in Polish.

“Thanks to Hugh Holliman, death row inmates could leave prison early and move in next door,” the leaflet said.

The leaflet was thus a lie, though that was hardly surprising in politics.

He felt compelled to issue a statement after seeing the leaflet.

Then she told him of getting the leaflet, then Science and Health, and how she had gradually been won to embrace it.

Here is a leaflet about the Panama Exposition published in Esperanto.

Under no circumstances, says a medical leaflet, should flies be allowed in the house.

In 1893 he issued a leaflet changing the name to Vitis baileyana.

“Oh, that funny little leaflet,” she tried to say as if it were a joke.


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to leaflet, such as: advertisement, brochure, bulletin, flyer, pamphlet, and broadside.

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