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A bulletin issued periodically to the members of a society, business, or organization.
book, volume, hardback, paperback, title, work, tome, opus, treatise, manual, register, almanac, yearbook, compendiumView synonyms
- ‘The local newspapers and newsletters also got a special mention for their publicity.’
- ‘The exact details will be forwarded to members in a newsletter in the coming weeks.’
- ‘The deadline for all articles to be included in the weekly newsletter will be Thursday night.’
- ‘In each issue of the newsletter, make sure that your deadlines are clearly stated.’
- ‘Members will receive a member number, monthly newsletters and a free Web listing.’
- ‘These thoughts are prompted by a quarterly newsletter issued by my accountants.’
- ‘Web sites and newsletters from professional organizations are also good resources to use.’
- ‘We hold annual reunions, publish a quarterly newsletter and are looking to increase our membership.’
- ‘There are various newsletters and magazines, but these generally reach a very limited audience.’
- ‘Membership is between £2 and £5 a year and members receive four newsletters a year.’
- ‘His club also mails out quarterly newsletters to members and the community.’
- ‘The Environment Agency is sending out weekly newsletters to homeowners in flood-hit areas offering advice.’
- ‘The website also allows users to participate in opinion polls, receive daily newsletters and give feedback.’
- ‘Monthly newsletters were often filled with reports on recent articles or books on children.’
- ‘In May, 1998, we converted from a fortnightly newsletter to a daily news operation.’
- ‘At the moment we hold two reunions a year and members receive two newsletters a year.’
- ‘I received a lot of feedback regarding the issue since the last newsletter was mailed.’
- ‘Back copies of community newsletters and local newspapers will contain the recent history of many local issues.’
- ‘We've been talking about archived files for the last few issues of the newsletter.’
- ‘Over 1,700 people signed up and since then they have been receiving monthly newsletters about projects in need of help.’
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