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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The cover of the booklet said it was meant to be only for internal use, Lee said.
The booklet is valid for a whole year and, for two weeks only, Daily Record readers can buy the booklet for half-price at only pounds 20, plus pounds 1.50 postage and packaging.
For copies of the booklet, please send an email to nancy.dillon@med.va.gov.
'The introductory remarks of the ombudsman in the Booklet are misleading and in violation of the legislative intent in enacting the Act of 2010.'
The booklet can be read by young people as well as families and others affected by autism, or those who just want to know more about the condition.
Mashhood said that the booklet included chapters on Islamic rights of children, health and physical wellbeing and corporal punishment.
Madbouly assured the importance of following the specified required data in the form attached to the conditions booklets, as the ministry will not pay attention to any form missing one of the required information, or that includes wrong data, or does not follow the specified requirements.
The Ministry said that nowhere in the booklet 'no sex' has been mentioned.
The booklet is part of DEWA's efforts to "minimise any hazards that may result from faulty electrical connections" and "ensure the efficient installation of integrated systems".
According to a spokesman for the PHDA, the booklet is available at public places, including TMAs offices, free of coast which can also be downloaded from the agency's official website www.phda.com.pk and lt;http://www.phda.com.pk and gt;.
Caerphilly council's town centre management team has joined forces with retailers for the booklet which has more than 100 in-store discounts.
The booklet will be distributed in community centers, universities across the country and among professionals working with teenagers.