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Synonyms for newsletter

report or open letter giving informal or confidential news of interest to a special group

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The 105 categories include 9 for newsletters, 10 for web and intranet sites, and 17 for writing.
But the newsletters go beyond what is 'strictly business.
1 -- color) Lee Seitz, at her office in Reseda where she puts together the Polio Survivors newsletter, says she doesn't know how her group will afford to pay new mailing charges the Postal Service has told her it will levy.
If you don't have the technical ability in house, it's a no-brainer to outsource your e-mail newsletter.
Value-added extras include sample form contracts, a list of typesetting specifications, copy-editing and proofreading marks, sample page layouts, a 27-page model stylebook, and 10 newly updated pages of resources for newsletter editors.
The Christian Brotherhood Newsletter of Barberton, OH, is a publication correlating medical assistance efforts across the United States to help Christians who have qualifying medical expenses.
Offer a free e-mail newsletter on a topic in which you're the expert and the prospect has an interest.
1, 1993, the Christian Brotherhood Newsletter subscribers helped each other pay over $27,900,000 in medical needs.
It is a PageMaker-format newsletter designed to be customized.
Newsletter Holdings LLC currently comprises the following companies:
In a letter to the Newsletter received last week explaining why the Commissioner decided not to appeal, Assistant Attorney General Helen Fraychineaud said: "Although the Commissioner disagrees with the decision of the superior court and believes the judge exceeded his authority, under the law governing judicial review, she believes the value to be gained by appealing this decision is exceeded by the costs of prou?
In Canada, Newswatch, a weekly electronic newsletter, has been going to 4,000 employees at 50 locations of the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC), Vancouver, for about a year.
One nice guy who turned him down at the Evening Star did tell Al that he knew a guy who was planning to launch a weekly newsletter aimed at the new television industry and might be hiring.
BARBERTON, Ohio, June 2 /PRNewswire/ -- The Christian Brotherhood Newsletter filed its Petition for Appeal yesterday from the cease and desist order of Maryland's Associate Deputy Commissioner of Insurance, Thomas P.
A Midwestern healthcare organization implemented two versions of a dynamic newsletter to strengthen and generate customer relationships.