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handout

1. n. a gift of money, food, or other goods to a needy person. (Often in the negative, as in the examples.) Give him a handout and send him on his way.
2. n. an informational sheet of paper “handed out” to people. As you can see on your handout, 40 percent of those who started never finished.
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9 billion, it was sad to see forecasts of the mining handout increase to $9.
For each significant interaction, physicians with lower scores on mail surveys showed substantially elevated scores on handout surveys compared with physicians with higher performance on mail surveys.
Fujairah: A charitable food handout ended with marginal disappointmentAaon Thursday,Aaafter supplies ran short.
Little Italy, in short, was successful because of the spontaneity, because good spaghetti and meatballs attracted throngs of customers, not because someone got a handout from the city council.
Among the men who received the patient-education handout, 50% reported that they had a discussion on screening with the physician, as did 58% of those receiving the flyer.
TIFs have become the standard handout, and the businesses have learned how to play one city off the other.
Among these was a handout listing what famous historical figures have allegedly said about the Bible.
They were then given an informational handout with 5 illustrated messages about how to prevent burn injuries related to smoke alarms, temperature of water heaters, locking dangerous items, electrical outlets, and cooking safety.
A handout packet was provided for each participant that included a flyer about the program and a power point handout that followed the presentation.
For Naming Tokyo, dozens of acquaintances inside and outside the art world pitched in with thematic lists of suggested street names--Italian swear words, Vivienne Westwood's couture collections, New York City drag queens--which were then published on a large handout map with a blank Tokyo city grid on one side and selected rechristenings on the other.
The award is one of 44 made to North-east charities by the Foundation in a pounds 313,532 total handout.
He was able to pass an enormous increase in the Earned Income Tax Credit because that program is not openly a monetary handout to poor people.
We recommend that you create a small handout with phone numbers and websites for further information.
Each meeting is reinforced with an illustrated reproducible handout.
If I am seeing a patient for a sinus infection, musculoskeletal complaints or even a well child visit, I can print a handout that they can review and keep as a reference.