One attack came in the form of an interview in "Olam Katan," a weekly pamphlet distributed in synagogues across the country.
Occasionally a pamphlet for a salsa class might be tossed on a doorstop or stuck on a pole near a bus stop.
As I thumbed through the pamphlet I turned to page 5, state measures.
Make your own arrangements with printers, and call on me to-morrow with the pamphlet.
I had sent him the pamphlet the night before, and had not yet had a word from him.
And now give me the numbers of the journal, and the pamphlet too; I will take them to the king.
Paine felt that he had made one Republic with a pamphlet, why not another?
He idly fluttered the leaves of the pamphlet and glanced out into the street to see if any friends were in sight.
It has already been explained that this pamphlet was fathered on Khalid by the Jesuits.
Hutchinson published a pamphlet reviling the Visitors, and pronouncing their decision invalid.
"small, unbound treatise," late 14c., from Anglo-Latin panfletus, popular short form of "Pamphilus, seu de Amore" ("Pamphilus, or about Love"), a short 12c. Latin love poem popular and widely copied in Middle Ages; the name from Greek pamphilos "loved by all," from pan- "all" + philos "loving, dear" see -phile). Meaning "brief work dealing with questions of current interest" is late 16c.