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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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booklets printed 4-color and saddle stitched, give prices for 12 and 16 Not all booklets and pamphlets will be printed at the same time.
The booklets are written by local historian Frances Stott using information from her book 'Mirfield' published in 2012.
This is definite gambling and no entity is entitled to waste its money on such shopping coupon booklets.
These booklets are a much needed resource for consumers who are at increased risk of getting sick from food," said USDA Under Secretary for Food Safety, Dr.
With a focus on prevention, MPHA's Public Health Education booklet includes one-page fact sheets on four crucial public health topics: chronic disease, environmental health, emergency preparedness and Lyme disease.
5-inch booklets, which are also available in Spanish, include worksheets to help consumers make plans, set goals and take control of their money.
I EXPECT by now that all Wirral residents will have received their copy of the booklet Health for All, from Wirral NHS Primary Care Trust.
The booklets come with recommendations from medical and child care resource professionals and numerous respected organizations.
The new safety advice booklets will be launched at Hetton Steads Farm, near Lowick, today.
One of the booklets, entitled "Understanding Memory Loss," discusses the range and causes of memory problems, as well as the treatments.
SCHOOLCHILDREN in South Wales have helped design and write a booklet about the effects and problems of drug and alcohol abuse.