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Handbill

A pamphlet one hands out to another, especially a stranger. Handbills are used in direct marketing, especially involving street canvassers. Handbills are known for their low response rates.
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Covering the period 1877 to 1899, the collection includes minutes of meetings, reports, appeals to members, accounts, notices, hand bills, pamphlets and Gala programmes.
Mass media, on the other hand, refers to "any means or methods used to convey advertising messages to the public such as television, radio, magazines, cinema, billboards, posters, streamers, hand bills, leaflets, mails and the like."
He further informed that JI along with other political parties and trade unions will aware the entire nation about the dire consequences of the privatization through social media, print media, hand bills and other forms of communications.
On this occasion, health workers also distributed hand bills among the citizens for taking precautionary measures to prevent themselves from the hepatitis B and C.
He said hand bills were being distributed among drivers, besides holding workshops/seminars at schools, colleges, general bus stands and other points.
Along with John Lennon's suit and hand bills from their early concerts, the Museum of Liverpool Life has a signed photograph from the Beatles to the girls from Childwall Valley High school.
The DC said that no candidate could publish and distribute posters, hand bills, pamphlets and banners in violations of ECP approved size.
Similarly, efforts are also being made to join hands with Motorway Police to take steps including display of advertisement board at various points with "Say No to Corruption" at Motorways and distribution of pamphlets, hand bills and stickers having anti-corruption messages to vehicles plying on motorways.
Over the years Robert and wife Fiona collected more than 125,000 items on rail, air, bus and coach and water transport, including timetables, brochures, booklets, hand bills, and other paper ephemera.
He informed that the election candidates can display posters of 18x23 inches size, 9x6 inches hand bills, 3x9 feet banners and 2x3 feet portraits while ban has been imposed on advertising through hoardings, bill boards, wall chalking and penaflex.
Participants of the walk also distributed hand bills and pamphlets among the people and sought their help to made successful the efforts being carried out by the district administration to eliminate dengue mosquitoes from the city.