prospectus


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prospectus

a pamphlet or brochure giving details of courses, as at a college or school
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Henry produced the prospectus of the Venetian Hotel Company.
There is much force in that reason, Miss Wilson; but it is not moral force in the sense conveyed by your college prospectus, which I have read with great interest.
Excuse my saying that the principles of the Church of England, however excellent, are not those your prospectus led me to hope for.
Every time I saw it on a prospectus I should feel like a trout fly.
An ardent subscriber to "Victoires et Conquetes," Fleury nevertheless refused to pay his subscription, though he kept and read the copies, alleging that they exceeded the number proposed in the prospectus.
The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), in its annual report on prospectus activity, has found that the number of prospectus approvals across the European Economic Area (EEA) fell by around 8.