Sentences Containing 'brochure'
"Neue Wege für die Verkehrswerbung" (UEA brochure), 1929.
As part of the fire tower restoration, it was marked with 11 interpretive stations pointing hikers' attention to natural history in the surroundings, discussed in detail in a brochure available at the trailhead.
Brisky said that Hillers was a journalist who worked on magazines and newspapers during the Nazi era, and who had also been a small-time propagandist for the Third Reich writing a navy recruiting brochure, but that she was probably not a member of the Nazi Party.
Farley issued a further work on ‘Modern Turkey’ in 1872, which was followed in 1875 by a brochure on ‘The Decline of Turkey Financially and Politically,’ in which he warned Turkish bondholders of their impending dangers.
From The Woodlands Foundation general information brochure
However, the appeal also noted that after the lawsuit was filed the abortion clinic updated their brochure to the following: Carroll.
http://www.omro-wi.com/uploads/4/9/7/0/4970689/historic_walking_tour.pdf I found this brochure very interesting and useful.
In his decision, he said: The judge noted it was their "intent" to provide accurate information because the brochure used an outdated 1996 fact sheet that stated there was "no established link", instead of the 1999 fact sheet wording of "inconsistent" evidence for the ABC issue.
Other commonly used folds include a half fold, fold-out, double parallel fold, gate (brochure) fold, and right angle fold.
That same year he had another one-man show of pastels on paper titled "An Intimate Look" in the Rotunda gallery of the Pan American Health Organization in Washington, DC, the small brochure for which boasted appreciations from the future head of Sotheby's Latin American art division, Giulio V. Blanc, and the Cuban poet and art critic Ricardo Pau-Llosa.
The six main proposals in the plan were: The board published an 18 page brochure explaining the plan, and giving the statistics behind it.
The suit alleged the clinic was misleading women by distributing a brochure quoting a National Cancer Institute fact sheet on the ABC issue which stated: The case was originally scheduled for 11 September 2001, but was delayed as a result of the terrorist attacks.
More Vocab Words::: reinstate - restore to a previous condition or position
::: drama - prose or verse composition to be performed by actors; play; exciting and unusual situation
::: halfhearted - exhibiting little interest or enthusiasm
::: cartographer - map-maker
::: flinch - hesitate; shrink back (in fear of something unpleasant); Ex. She did not flinch in the face of danger.
::: assumption - something taken for granted; the taking over or taking possession of; Ex. her assumption of power; V. assume
::: acumen - mental keenness; sharpness of judgment; ability to judge quickly and well; Ex. business acumen
::: pontifical - pertaining to a bishop or pope; pompous or pretentious; CF. pontiff: pope; bishop
::: cognate - having a common origin; related linguistically; allied by blood; similar or akin in nature; Ex. cognate languages; N.
::: slack - moving slowly; sluggish; inactive; (of a rope) loose; negligent; lax; Ex. slack season; Ex. slack in one's work; N. V.