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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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WWU members leafletted the factories in town to encourage participation in the 1975 speakout and other activities.
An activist who has picketed, leafletted and demonstrated with the workers, Louie brings both heart and mind to the stories of Chinese, Korean and Mexican women workers who are organizing to be treated fairly and with respect in the United States.
Birmingham City Council has leafletted residents with details of the new housing development, which is set to be built on the site of the former hospital.