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Synonyms for brochure

Synonyms for brochure

a small book usually having a paper cover

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The award of the pressure of brochures and catalogs for different sections of the Berlinale is in
94% of hotels surveyed provide visitor information for their guests using a brochure display.
For a free brochure call 01553 763044 or visit visitwestnorfolk.
Low-priced brochure print in small print runs at onlineprinters.
Thomas Cook Group, Plc, a UK-based travel company, has announced release of its Summer 2012 brochures.
The brochure has extensive information on South Africa and Southern Africa.
TRAVEL agents have started charging holidaymakers for taking their glossy brochures home.
It found Thomas Cook was the most expensive online and in its brochure for a July package to the Sol Magalluf Park Hotel, Majorca, for two adults and child.
The brochure concept was developed to show industry formulators the key features of selecting the right kaolin product for use in industrial applications.
This brochure details what career opportunities are available in the field, how much education is required, what students can expect after they graduate from high school and the AYES program, and what level of compensation they can expect when they begin working.
Showcase Award, Branding Brochure for Hedge Fund Start-up.
There are an increasing number of visitors from China, Taiwan and South Korea, and the brochure is aimed at enhancing foreign visitors' understanding of Yasukuni Shrine,'' an official said.
Question--Our company brochure is out of date, plain and needs to be re done.
The "neat thing" is the Student Recruitment Brochure created for the high school student in the household, urging him or her to attend KSU.
Both the brochure and speech, "College Planning: Easing the Financial Burden," offer financial guidance to people planning to send their children to college.