leaflet leaflet  /ˈli flət/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) a thin triangular flap of a heart valve
  2. (n) part of a compound leaf
  3. (n) a small book usually having a paper cover

Usage(s):

  1. With every package goes a leaflet carrying the same warnings.
  2. The Israeli embassy in London said that one of the envelopes contained a leaflet from the Black September organization, which was responsible for the Munich murders.

News

  1. New ABB Leaflet Covers Swirl And Vortex Flowmeters

    Six-page leaflet briefly describes benefits of ABB Vortex (FV4000) and Swirl (FS4000) flowmeters for measuring flow rates of liquid, gas, and steam. The leaflet provides installation and product photos as well as tables of key specifications. Both flowmeter types offer high accuracy and wide rangeability, as well as an integrated temperature sensor for mass flow measurement of saturated steam.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: ChemicalOnline

  2. John Kennedy got pretty much the same treatment from the far right that Obamas getting

    The leaflet above was circulated in the Dallas area a few weeks before John Kennedy was assassinated there 50 years ago. Need I say more?...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Devils Lake Journal

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Quotes

  1. "We were able to procure a Black Hawk helicopter and we were able to shut down downtown Amman : and we had a leaflet drop," says Liman.
    on Jul 31, 2009 By: Doug Liman Source: Christian Science Monitor

  2. Andy Burnham said: "Identity fraud is a growing crime, costing the country more than £1.3 billion a year. I am pleased that public and private sector organisations have worked closely to develop this leaflet which will help people reduce the chance...
    on Sep 7, 2005 By: Andy Burnham Source: Easier (press release)

  3. David Mundell, the shadow Scottish Secretary, asked: "Why are they deliberately lying on their literature? Are they prepared to say sorry for the leaflet lies and the disgraceful campaign that Labour has been running in Scotland ? Will they now stop...
    on Apr 24, 2010 By: David Mundell Source: The Caledonian Mercury (blog)

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