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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He said that the material in the booklet was made by concerted efforts of educationists, psychologists and clerics while their reservations about the topic were also taken into consideration.
The booklet is a great resource because by targeting the youth, it is aimed at the future of the agriculture sector.
Yesha Council spokesman Yigal Dakmoni explained that the booklet is being distributed in order to give young Israelis in the area tools against left-wing organizations.
The booklets cost PS1 and will be on sale at the church.
The 133-page booklet said the national unity and brotherhood project aimed to develop Turkey, raise its prestige nationally and internationally, raise Turkish citizens' prosperity and peace and solve any problems before improvement of brotherhood.
Copies of the booklet landed on legislators' desks just before the start of the 2009 legislative session in January.
The booklet also explains the differences between "two" and "too", "threw" and "through" and "weather" and "whether".
He said this booklet meant that the Plaid Cymru-led administration needed to have a long hard look at itself.
Organisers said the booklet, Beating Crime in Your Business is Your Business, offers everything firms need to know to beat the crooks.
BEIRUT: The Environment Ministry has released a new booklet containing information about the environmental catastrophe caused by Israel's bombing of the fuel tanks at the Jiyyeh power plant during the summer 2006 war.
Apparently 335,000 copies of the booklet have been sent out.
The booklet, approved by the Dutch order's leaders, says that Dutch Catholics are frustrated that the main response to the challenge of a dwindling clergy is combining parishes and closing churches.