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Bulletin

A brief report of news. For example, a company may issue a bulletin on hiring a new CEO. See also: Press release.
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It's a free, full-service bulletin board that's well worth the toll call, and you can download the Green BBS List from there, too.
Abbreviated bulletins can be received on pagers, and full bulletins can be sent and received on portable terminals.
There are now literally tens of thousands of independent, noncommercial bulletin boards around the country, kept alive by computer enthusiasts.
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While briefs have been filed, Robert Kehoe, attorney for Law Bulletin, said that they were submitted under seal and neither side is permitted to discuss the case prior to the hearing of the case.
The Polyblaster blast cabinet is featured in a two-page, four-color bulletin.
It's just the Internet technology passing the bulletin board by,'' Covell said.
He added that there were really two issues: First, whether the legal conclusions expressed in Bulletin 95-1 were supportable; and secondly, whether the reaction to Bulletin 95-1 suggested that the MTC should modify the process for developing such guidance.
New York Library Association Bulletin, 15(2), 36-37.
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With Bulletin Messenger, iiNet and its customers can now seamlessly capitalize on the flexibility, simplicity and profitability of A2P SMS messaging.
The revised publication schedule responds to the results of customer surveys, the increased use of the Internet to access information on a more timely basis, and the Board's desire to provide a broader range of articles on topics of interest to Bulletin readers.