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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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Homes across Ross-shire in northern Scotland received the leaflets with some, slightly confused, residents taking to social media to express their surprise.
Among those angered on hearing about the leaflets, which were posted at several locations in the area, was Fazakerley councillor Paul Brant.
The SDLP's Gary McKeown condemned the leaflet, adding it "harks back to a time when housing was allocated at the whim of politicians"
"This matter has been referred to specialist officers, who are examining the content of the leaflet to assess if a criminal offence has taken place."
The leaflets purport to be from the extremist racist group the Creativity Movement and call on people to become a 'White Racial Loyalist.'
The anterior leaflet was detected to be redundant as sail shaped in 109 cases, partial or total downward displaced in 54 cases, and almost absent in one case, the mean downward distance was 37.76 [+ or -] 17.50 mm.
Mr Godsiff, who is standing for re-election in Birmingham Hall Green, said: "I was referring to Theresa May's decision to call an election, as the leaflet says.
An overview is a brief but clear opening that clearly states the objective of the leaflet. Write an introduction that is concise and creative.
Intrepid Media staff deliver on average about 10,000 leaflets in seven to ten days.
THOUSANDS of leaflets are being sent to homes in Coventry - telling people how to put their bins out correctly.
The leaflet of the Tourism Police Section is in Arabic, English, Russian, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Italian, Korean, Spanish, Thai, Turkish, Tagalog, Hindi and Urdu.
The move came as the North issued a fresh threat to bomb any site where leaflets are launched as it accused Seoul of stirring the crisis which has engulfed the Korean peninsula ever since Pyongyang conducted a rocket test last December and a nuclear test in February.