Traducción de handbill en Español:

handbill

volante, n.

Pronunciación /ˈhæn(d)ˌbɪl//ˈhan(d)bɪl/

nombre

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    volante masculino
    folleto masculino
    • Campaign handbills and petitions appealed to people's wartime sense of patriotism, democracy, and fairness.
    • I was also taken to Calgary and distributed other handbills to homeless people I met on the street.
    • It was also being put on posters and handbills for distribution in Iraq.
    • The poem was circulated on handbills and printed in newspapers.
    • In cooperation with the Revenue Department, it has made arrangements for on-the-spot issue of necessary documents to claim compensation, and handbills have been distributed extensively.
    • On the Saturday morning a bill was posted in the Court House, at the police station and a handbill distributed around the town.
    • Instead, the parties relied more on printed material, including pamphlets, handbills and posters.
    • Refreshments were on sale at the miller's house, together with pamphlets and handbills telling the story of his life and quoting his poems.
    • Near the ground, Glennon came across a wad of handbills advertising the game.
    • There, the Supreme Court, rather off-handedly, allowed the state to ban the distribution of commercial handbills in the absence of a showing of any harm to any consumers.
    • The marchers distributed handbills to onlookers, pedestrians, commuters and motorists inviting them to the crusade at sites nearest to their homes.
    • The camper says that landowners who need eight hundred hands print up thousands of handbills and thousands of workers show up.
    • Caleb himself is the celebrated subject of a handbill, authored and distributed by Gines under the auspices of Falkland, that pursues him in his peripatetic evasion of persecution.
    • He also helps design posters and handbills to support his recorded messages.
    • This impression might have circulated as a handbill.
    • From its origins in colonial handbills, signboards, and newspaper announcements, American advertising by the late twentieth century had grown into a multi-billion dollar industry.
    • The article states that permission will be required for businesses and others to use amplification, distribute pamphlets and place handbills on vehicles - although apparently election material will be exempted.
    • He soon found that distributing handbills was illegal, so he printed handbills with an advertisement for the sub expo on one side and a protest against the city's refusal to allow him to moor the sub where he pleased on the other.
    • There was no lack of supporting newspapers, handbills, circulars, and posters.
    • For one performance, because I felt the audience might not be familiar with what I was doing, I decided to hand out a handbill that cited my sources.