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(1) A collection of official acts, decrees, edicts, and so on.

(2) A brief official informational announcement—for example, military summaries or bulletins on the state of health of an outstanding government leader.

(3) A periodical or continuing publication devoted to a specific group of problems—for example, Biulleten’ Verkhovnogo suda SSSR (Bulletin of the Supreme Court of the USSR).

(4) An election bulletin—that is, a sheet of paper used for voting with the name of the candidate written on it.

(5) A hospital list, or bulletin—a disability list, used for registering the diseases of manual or office workers.

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