leafleteer

leafleteer

(ˌliːfləˈtɪə)
n
another word for leafleter
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Like the leafleteer in Talley who wanted the consuming public to know that merchants were selling goods produced through discriminatory labor practices (262) but did not want that public to know that he was the source of the message, or like the concerned taxpayer in McIntyre who wanted to present arguments against the tax referendum but did not want those statements linked to her by name, (263) a confidential source offers information that she wishes to make public without attribution to her own identity for any number of reasons that the Court has acknowledged as valid.
It's hard to imagine any publisher who doesn't give personalized advice, save the leafleteer who randomly stuffs his wares through the mail slots of an unsuspecting public.
Freelance leafleteer Marvin Baker said: "Route Optimiser was a great help when doing my annual theatre leaflet delivery run.
Maybe I should return to town when the gym leafleteers are next out, but this time jog past them wearing a tracksuit and a balaclava to hide the grey hair.
I spoke to a couple of the leafleteers, someone actually stopped.
We've been hiring leafleteers (individuals who hand out flyer's promoting our company) in 18 different states including Florida for weeks now promoting our website, and once the verdict came down in the trial of George Zimmerman, we were hit with a number of angry submissions/complaints from people who strongly disagreed with the jury's decision.
Coun Eustace said the legislation requiring leafleteers to do their own cleaning up was particularly useful.
Even the normally pushy leafleteers outside the new Buchanan Galleries shopping centre were giving me a wide berth.
52) In that case, the Court ruled that the "right to exclude" was not fundamental to a shopping center owner who had failed to demonstrate that his ability to exclude certain leafleteers was "essential to the use or economic value of [his] property.
Robins, upheld a California statute that granted picketers and leafleteers access to private shopping malls.
Outside, the streets of Harvard Square are jammed with weekend tourists and college kids on the prowl, gawking at the buskers, avoiding the panhandlers and leafleteers.
By making them pay for the privilege of handing out material, and banning those who don't have a licence we believe we can drive irresponsible leafleteers off our streets.