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  • n. Plural form of booklet.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • If you feel you have to save the discs, take out the booklets from the front, slip the cd inside and carefully box them.

    Advisor: What should I do with my high school CD collection? Boing Boing

  • The first manuscript I ever worked with, for example, was a collection of booklets from the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, bound together in the early fifteenth.

    Snakes in the water and other discoveries

  • Clicking on that folder opens it and a list of booklets is finally retrieved.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • Eklund, and Olof Sandahl They are issued in booklets of five stamps, value 2.70 kr, and are printed by steel at the

    The Nobel Stamps of 1983

  • I’m not saying that signing hundreds of CD booklets is the most fun thing in the world, but tons of people came out to see him.

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  • Now the etymologist rushes back to his library and plunges into other databases and slang booklets for early usages and semantic development.

    The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time

  • The committee reports that, on an average, one hundred requests for them are received daily at its office from consumers in different parts of the country, and that the booklets are the means of a constant campaign of education in

    All About Coffee

  • Reducing the size or dimensions of your booklets is another component of cheap booklet printing.


  • "She scored the best in the state for individual booklets, which isn't easy to do," said Robin Robb, Indialantic teacher and club sponsor.


  • "The booklets are a useful tool because they include inclusive design principles, techniques, strategies and solutions that will help resolve problems for all people."

    Media Newswire


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