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  Pamphlet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It may consist of a single sheet of paper that is printed on both sides and folded in half, in thirds, or in fourths (called a leaflet), or it may consist of a few pages that are folded in half and stapled at the crease to make a simple book.
Pamphlets are very important in marketing as they are cheap to produce and can be distributed easily to customers.
Pamphlets have also long been an important tool of political protest and political campaigning for similar reasons.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Pamphlet   (281 words)

 Gowan Pamphlet
It was during this demanding time for businesswoman Vobe that Pamphlet began his preaching mission, and the future of his growing congregation depended in part upon his ability to negotiate for time away from the tavern.
Pamphlet – still a slave and probably with a pass from Miller in his pocket – traveled north across the York River to Mathews County to attend the annual meeting of the Dover Association in October 1791.
In October, Pamphlet attended the annual meeting in Middlesex County to hear the Dover Association announce that the “Baptist church of fl people at Williamsburg” was received into membership.
www.history.org /Almanack/people/bios/biopam.cfm   (1096 words)

 Etherington & Roberts. Dictionary--pamphlet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
While independent in the sense that each is complete in itself, it is not uncommon to issue pamphlets in a series, usually numbered consecutively.
In early 18th century England, a pamphlet was described as work consisting of 20 leaves in folio, 12 in quarto and 6 in octavo.
A periodical issue is not generally regarded as a pamphlet.
palimpsest.stanford.edu /don/dt/dt2452.html   (87 words)

 pamphlet - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
PAMPHLET [pamphlet] short unbound or paper-bound book of from 64 to 96 pages.
The pamphlet gained popularity as an instrument of religious or political controversy, giving the author and reader full benefit of freedom of the press.
Several examples of this generally ephemeral literary form have proved to have permanent value (e.g., works by John Milton and Thomas Paine), and have been reprinted separately or in collections, such as the Harleian Miscellany (1744-46).
encyclopedia.infonautics.com /html/p/pamphlet.asp   (240 words)

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The pamphlet had an extremely conservative and anti-materialist stance, expressed in an unprecedented attack on Eco's theories and his obscure political alliances with the
The picture is still too vague, but if we follow the pamphleteers' argument from the beginning we will not fail to find the evidence.
The pamphlet kicks off with a radiograph of the Italian scene, focusing on the figure of Eco.
www.geocities.com /CapitolHill/Lobby/5999/abst2.html   (247 words)

 New Socialist Pamphlet - Introduction
This pamphlet is intended as a resource for people who are developing an analysis of and strategies to oppose the U.S. - led war against Afghanistan and the war's racist and imperialist agenda.
The second section of the pamphlet tackles some of the key concepts the anti-war movement needs to be able to explain.
The articles in the fourth and final section of this pamphlet reflects on early anti-war and anti-racism organizing to emphasize the multi-racial and multi-ethnic backbone of the movement.
www.newsocialist.org /pamphlet/pm01_art01.html   (986 words)

 Chapter 251 — Voters' Pamphlet
      (c) In the voters' pamphlet for the primary election, a statement of the duties and responsibilities of a precinct committeeperson to be elected at the primary election.
The rule shall require the secretary to mail the pamphlet to at least each elector whose registration is determined to be active on the 21st day before the date of the election and who is eligible to vote in the election.
Material submitted for inclusion in any state or county voters' pamphlet shall not be admitted as evidence in any suit or action against the county clerk to restrain or enjoin the publication of the voters' pamphlet.
www.leg.state.or.us /ors/251.html   (8611 words)

 Who is David Irving?
He offered no rebuttal to the pamphlet except a reprint of it, with nine links added to other pages on his site.
The author of the pamphlet, Jamie McCarthy, is a Holocaust History Project volunteer.
Your title on your reproduction of the pamphlet is "More Lies," and you refer to the "fictions" I have written therein.
www.holocaust-history.org /pamphlets/irving   (1204 words)

The pamphlet is copyrighted but may be reproduced and placed in public locations for those who may not have internet access, provided it remains intact and in its entirety.
If you believe you may have one of these syndromes, seek the assistance of a supportive health-care professional who is familiar with these chronic syndromes and their treatments.
Permission is granted to copy this pamphlet for general distribution provided it is reproduced intact and in its entirety.
www.cssa-inc.org /pamphlet.htm   (1500 words)

 UUA: Pamphlets
Pamphlets are one of our most important resources for introducing visitors and prospective members to Unitarian Universalism.
UUA pamphlets are developed and created with the input from the Pamphlet Advisory Committee.
Pamphlets are published on the web in their entirety to provide further information about the Unitarian Universalist tradition.
www.uua.org /pamphlet   (93 words)

 Student Counseling & Resource Service - Virtual Pamphlet Collection   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
The Student Counseling Virtual Pamphlet Collection was originally developed by Dr. Robert Hsiung.
An unabridged version of the Virtual Pamphlet Collection is still available on Dr. Hsiung's independent website.
A virtual pamphlet put out by another university may refer to services available only to students at that university.
counseling.uchicago.edu /resources/virtualpamphlets   (146 words)

 DOUGLASS : Jane Addams, "Why Women Should Vote," 1915   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Occasion: A pamphlet originally, it was subsequently placed in Woman Suffrage: History, Arguments, And Results.
May we not fairly say that American women need this implement in order to preserve the home?
Where the text can be found: "Why Women Should Vote" was originally published as a pamphlet and later included in a collection of other suffragist essays: Frances M. Borkman and Annie G. Poritt, eds., Woman Suffrage: History, Arguments, And Results (New York: National Woman Suffrage Publishing, 1915), pp.
douglassarchives.org /adda_a03.htm   (2759 words)

 Irony Party of Australia Electronic Pamphlet
After at least 1300 deaths resulting from revenge attacks in the days since the bombing, foreign leaders and military commanders are clearly angry at the perpetrators, not least because the timely bombing has disrupted CIA, Mossad, and MI6 nation-building plans for Iraq that included an identical explosion.
for older articles see the irony party pamphlet archive
or search the Archives and galleries of the Irony Party pamphlet
ironyparty.org /pamphlet.htm   (1510 words)

 pamphlet - Definitions from Dictionary.com
a short treatise or essay, generally a controversial tract, on some subject of contemporary interest: a political pamphlet.
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 Teacher eBooks   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Consider reading from many print sources so students see the written word in all of its forms and contexts.
Read from a computer or computer print-out; a newspaper; a magazine; an e-zine; a periodical; a pamphlet; an encyclopedia; a cook book; a textbook; a collection of poems; a comic book; an advertisement;...
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