Booklet


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Booklet

A short book, usually less than 20 pages. Booklets have a wide variety of both business and non-business uses. For example, they may be used in marketing.
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They had recently read one of my Royton Trails booklets which I produced for the Royton Lives archaeological excavation project in Oldham.
Also, we aim to handle problems of all ethnic and sectarian groups, particularly the terror problem, and minimize those problems," the booklet said.
It is gobsmacking that thousands of pounds have been spent on this booklet.
The results of an underwater survey are listed, in the booklet, as well as a map of Lebanon with thumbnail images from each location surveyed.
In the booklet, we are told about all the good works performed and planned by the PCT, and we are asked to vote on the various plans.
The Dutch bishops' conference said that the booklet appeared to be "in conflict with the faith of the Roman Catholic church.
Berwick Borough Council, Northumbria Police, the National Farmers' Union and Northumberland Fire & Rescue Service have joined forces to publish three safety booklets to try to curb such accidents.
The National Institute on Aging is offering two free booklets that are designed to help people with limited reading skills learn about memory loss and Alzheimer's disease.
A chemist and a businessman, his contribution to the debate over God comes in the form of his recent booklet The Answer to the Greatest Question.
For questions about this booklet, contact Barbara Holton (barbara.