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  • Info A brochure is a flyer, pamphlet or leaflet that is used to pass information about something. more...
  • A few days prior to its commercial release, the film was promoted using brochures.
  • I am sending you a little brochure he has written on the subject. Cited from Great Possessions, by Mrs. Wilfrid Ward
  • As an entire group we are going to create the final brochure product.
  • Her work includes numerous news stories, brochures, magazine articles and a book.
  • He published a strong brochure designed to appeal to the good will of America.
  • He also wrote western history books and printed brochures and other publications on a contract basis.
  • The National Park Service provides information about these animals through brochures and the internet.
  • The brochure containing information about the school can be obtained from the school reception.
  • During that time he also published the variety of commemorative books and brochures.
  • The studio was booked through brochures because people thought it might be a good one.
  • Such points should be considered in a new edition of the brochure on landscape painting. Cited from Lippincott's Magazine, Vol. 22, August, 1878, by Various
  • These brochures prompted two young men to apply, soon followed by a third.
  • The choice of vehicles on the front cover of the brochure was itself of interest.
  • The tourism information center was placed on the second floor, which provides some brochures written in several languages.
  • It is commonly used on brochures and the web sites within the community.
  • NSA's brochure states that the average test length is between two and four hours.
  • We come to know about him from a 32-page brochure he wrote.
  • Dedicated brochures and an in-room television channel further promote the alliance.
  • She then shows Pinglet some hotel brochures she has been sent in the mail.
  • New-release brochures are also available to Club members.
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