Recent Examples of handbill from the Web
The political action committee Citizens for Effective Leadership put out a handbill this week that endorses Medley and DeLuccie, but also urges voters to reject Huff.
No unauthorized solicitation and materials including handbills, flyers, stickers, beach balls, give-aways, samples, etc.
Their faces stare out from the FBI’s website and from handbills taped to windows and lampposts across Woodland.
Like the poster artist Victor Moscoso and the multimedia group USCO, Mr. Arnold, who during the late 1960s designed handbills for rock bands and programmed midnight shows at an old San Francisco movie-house, was an exponent of hippie modernism.
Photos of the inflammatory handbills have been making the social-media rounds since April.
There’s a mini treasure trove of information stored in the Gardendale area — contracts, receipts, handbills, posters and more — documenting a slew of vintage performances presented by an Alabama promoter, Peace Concerts.
In the months after the Be-In, gorgeously eccentric handbills began to appear around the Haight.
No solicitations, handbills, sampling, giveaways, etc.
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HANDBILL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of handbill for English Language Learners
: a small printed advertisement or announcement that is given out to many people by hand
HANDBILL Defined for Kids
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