handbill

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Synonyms for handbill

an advertisement (usually printed on a page or in a leaflet) intended for wide distribution

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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.
IO products such as hand bills, posters, billboards, banners, radio talk shows, TV and radio spots, and TV shows can be employed.
Lastly, MetLife Dental can help a dentist hand bills to patients as they leave the office, thus saving on administrative and mailing expenses.
The introduction points out that the definition of imprint includes `all the products of the press, from books and official documents to job printing such as hand bills, commercial notices, licenses for trade with native peoples, shipping documents, and land grants.
Whether or not print has a place in eternity as the medium of choice for candy wrappers and hand bills, another questions looms: Should print make way for electronics as the dominant communication medium?
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.
Robert Forsythe and wife Fiona built up more than 125,000 items on rail, air, bus and coach and water transport, including timetables, brochures, booklets, hand bills, and other paper ephemera.
The awareness campaign includes print advertisements that are titled "My Daddy Can't Work on the Almac/Skanska Project in Montgomery County," as well as 60-second radio commercials, a traveling billboard, an online petition, a resource section on ABC SEPA's website, hand bills, letters to township officials, among other marketing and public relations tactics.