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leaf·let

(lēf'let),
1. A layer of phospholipid; thus, a lipid bilayer has two leaflets.
2. A thin, flattened object or structure.

leaflet

The part of a valve designed to open in the direction of flow and close to prevent backflow. Its base is typically attached to a larger structure by a fixed stalk and its unattached end moves.

leaflet

Any small, leaf-like structure such as the cusps of a heart or other valve.
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Schoifet, one particular agreement also allowed for no leafleting at all during 25 peak shopping days.
Airports, where courts have ruled certain leafleting is allowed, are owned by the government, Bruder noted, "but a shopping center is a private domain.
Additionally, since the California decision, research in those malls where leafleting takes place has pinpointed economic damage, something unavailable to the plaintiffs at that time.