leaflet[ leef-lit ]SEE DEFINITION OF leaflet
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One of them was reading a leaflet as he walked by the side of his cart.
The special Bible-study which I made at that time was embodied in a leaflet.
Captain Harding posted a copy of the leaflet in the police station.
He threw the leaflet aside, but the flavor of the story was gone.
It is made by wrapping the leaflet around a piece of bamboo and sewing it.
Torsional movement of leaflet of Cassia alata: Experiment 152.
But there was no wind—every leaflet, every blade of grass, was still as death.
It rests upon a pad of silk spun on the centre of a leaflet.
He would avoid the leaflet that gives nothing but information.
The leaflet that is most praised by the critics may be the least useful in practice.
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