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handbill

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhandbillhand‧bill /ˈhændˌbɪl/ noun [countable]  TCNa small printed notice or advertisement that is given to people Students distributed handbills calling for better funding for schools.
Examples from the Corpus
handbillHe makes barely enough money delivering handbills to businesses and homes to pay his rent and buy food and beer.Across the bottom of each handbill, in blue pencil, Soo wrote Milk.We took it over for a Sunday night, hiring it, promoting the gig ourselves, pushing out a lot of handbills.There was no one in the office. just small piles of handbills on a table.I didn't tell him about the handbill I had found; indeed, I quickly dismissed that as a mere coincidence.You put the handbill in my room.
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