- n. Plural form of factsheet.
“In the run-up to the second reading of the European Union Bill on 9 February, Jack Straw has launched a series of "factsheets" on the FCO website purportedly dealing with "the mythology of the Eurosceptics which distort so much of the European Union.”
“A senior Obama administration official said it is misleading to add all of the figures in the state-by-state factsheets because the proposals generate different types of jobs that aren't comparable.”
“The White House created the factsheets for local and regional reporters, and has only distributed a few to a wider group of reporters to make the case for the package's benefits.”
“Mr. Zandi's numbers differ from the figures in the White House factsheets in several ways, according to a senior administration official, which makes a comparison difficult.”
“The factsheets only estimate the jobs that could be generated from certain proposals, not the entire plan.”
“The White House didn't estimate in its factsheets the number of jobs those proposals could create.”
“But the White House is promoting job-creation figures in state-by-state "factsheets.”
“See suggested storage times at www.fsis.usda.gov/factsheets/focus_on_freezing.3.”
“Sociologists for Women in Society, an international organization of sociologists and social scientists who work together to improve women's lives, publishes a series of factsheets that provide us some insight into the reality of mother's lives.”
“(Details of how each state plans to use its grant are available at www. healthcare.gov/news/factsheets/rateschart. html.)”
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