from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A tough, usually brown paper made from wood pulp treated with a solution of sodium sulfate, used chiefly for bags and wrapping paper.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Obsolete spellings of craft, crafty.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. strong wrapping paper made from pulp processed with a sulfur solution
Rooted in Germanic idea of "strength" (which lives on in our English term kraft paper), crafty once meant "skillful."
As a new labour loyal member and follower of our dear leader, I can confidently predict a greater than 0. 01% rise in chocolate sales come easter - this will be yet another sure indication that the loyal citizens of her majesty's 'great' britain are out spending and enjoying themselves purchasing vast quantities of confectionery namely from a US conglomerate known as kraft-cadburys. (formally british).
Since the 1930s the overwhelming majority of paper mills have employed what's called the kraft process to produce paper.
Energy is energi or "kraft" probably more like power.
It may very well prove desirable to erect facilities to pro = duce pulp products, such as kraft and newsprint in addition to high alpha and rayon grade pulp.
Turns out the paper industry has long used something called the "kraft" process to make paper.
Tótora’s pieces use natural materials such as kraft paper, natural pigments and banana fiber.
If they were there to talk about the bill they would have brought Corker who is helping to kraft the bill or at least some other committee member.
The ordinary sugar was packed in 30 kg bags of kraft paper like cement bags, and Cuban sugar in 100 kg bags of hemp.
For example, the supply of new books was still insufficient, so that I had to walk around the area of secondhand bookstores every weekend afternoon with pocket money obtained by selling kraft and hemp bags for sugar.
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