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newsletter

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnewsletternews‧let‧ter /ˈnjuːzˌletə $ ˈnuːzˌletər/ ●●○ noun [countable]  TCNSSOa short written report of news about a club, organization etc that is sent regularly to people who are interested The society publishes a newsletter twice a year.
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newsletterthe church newsletterCouper publishes the results in the departmental newsletter and sends positive comments along to the officers who receive them.The group has proposed the launch of an independent monthly newsletter to address these and other issues.Instead of routinely tossing frequent-flier program newsletters into the trash bin, peruse them for upcoming bargains.They publish seven newsletters on investments.Good for letters, memos, reports, proposals, and some newsletter articles.We are rushing out this newsletter in time for the first summer festival, at Kings Heath Park.Find enclosed the member's card for the Cool cats club and two newsletters! hope you enjoy reading!Two newsletters have already gone out to all staff, and these will continue in the months to come.
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