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reading materials (documents, written information) that you must read and deal with but that you think are extremely boring

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Bumf apart, it was a great launch with a parachute display and fireworks.
The bumf that goes with the lifestyle and shopping site says: "Preserve will focus on artisans and products, many handmade one-of-akind items all selected by Blake.
When the good people at Osprey Holidays in Edinburgh send your tickets in the post, do not throw out the accompanying bumf.
While reading through the bumf supplied for the film it details the role of the jury consultant, the most famed being one Jo-Ellan Dimitius - she was hired by the defence in the trial of OJ Simpson.
It is shameful that a Government that buries schools in mountains of bureaucratic bumf cannot tackle this fundamental issue.
With the information I have received there is a lot of bumf in there that is not relevant to me.
Form Ts24707, the step-by-step guide that accompanies the postal vote bumf, shows voters how to draw an X in the box next to their chosen candidate.
ETERNAL Essential Eternal (EMI Gold) 'THIS album contains no less than seven Top Ten singles, plus Top 20 hit What'cha Gonna Do,' boasts the record company bumf that accompanies this bargain basement compilation.
This bumf is being paid for by the council using council tax, rent and housing benefit money which could be used for building houses or doing repairs.
Cheryl probably has one or two more pressing issues on her mind right now, but the press bumf for the show reckons that auditioning as a dancer for a music video is her "ultimate challenge".
The PR bumf sent with this book describes Fallen Idle as an "extraordinary personal story of a talent that spiralled out of control.
The PR bumf also suggests it was once a place were the 'young of all ages found time to party well into the wee small hours'.
For millions, this was probably the only image they had of those "secretive, marginalised and little-understood communities" - as the broadcaster's press bumf put it - that exist on the periphery of the perceived social norm.
Hence the same officious bumf being dispatched to all victims of crime.
People have been put off saving by endowment mortgage shortfalls, scandals such as Equitable Life and insolvent company pension schemes, and regulatory overkill which mean reams of incomprehensible bumf," says Every Investor editor Chris Gilchrist.