[ US /ˈnuzˌɫɛtɝ/ ]
[ UK /njˈuːzlɛtɐ/ ]
  1. report or open letter giving informal or confidential news of interest to a special group
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  • We consult to the media about canopy questions, we have a canopy newsletter, we have an email LISTSERV, and so we're trying to disseminate information about the importance of the canopy, the beauty of the canopy, the necessity of intact canopies, to people outside of academia. Nalini Nadkarni on conserving the canopy
  • The following story is reprinted from Dakota Dirt, a newsletter published by South Dakota State University Soil Testing Lab.
  • Newsletters provide a tremendously powerful means of publicly celebrating the successes of children and the school.
  • Books for Schools through bulletins and newsletters. Times, Sunday Times
  • Here you can also subscribe to Musings - a free bimonthly marketing newsletter packed with articles, tips and resources.
  • Roughly 18% of emails received were spam, comprising both actual spam and "graymail" i.e. unwanted newsletters, alerts, etc. Brett King: Too Much Content: A World of Exponential Information Growth
  • Take, for example, a new packaging concept imagineered recently in the online industry newsletter.
  • In 1991 in the Directory of Electronic Journals and Newsletters, there were about 30 electronic journals and over 60 newsletters and digests published over the Internet.
  • A quarterly newsletter gives employees advice on best green practice. Times, Sunday Times
  • Farnborough subsequently had its first piece of national coverage by the way of Alpine sports newsletter.
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