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  • n. Alternative form of paper mill.


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  • The land owner ie. .papermill got tired of complaints from surrounding landowners about the dogs and would not renew the lease.

    Hunting Rights Put in Jeopardy by Outlaws

  • This week the team found a watermark on one of the paper inserts and discovered the manufacturer was P. A. Mesier, who owned a papermill in the Bronx.

    Jefferson bible gets rehabbed

  • We have had enough of the papermill from the Vatican.

    Priests: announcement and power

  • Nothing like that papermill smell early in the morning.

    Hilton Head Setting!

  • And what about the energy to move it to the papermill, and the paper to the printer and eventually your door.

    Surprising fact.

  • (She had risen at daybreak to go to her papermill, and now she sprang across to the workshop.) “I am in my own house, am I not?” said the old man, in some confusion.

    Eve and David

  • Those things are familiar and bearable, like the smell of the papermill when the wind blows from the south.

    2007 December 10 « Whatever

  • Enemies are identified and labeled as such, including local special interest groups such as NOIA, the successful candidate in a job competition or dissatisfied former papermill workers whose criticism of government, i.e. of Danny, is label "dissent".

    Archive 2006-09-01

  • I also understood that the name comes from the watermark used by the original papermill who popularised the size; a cap with three bells. FOOLSCAP.

  • I'll bet my car smells like papermill, skunk and bug spray right this minute.

    wilberteets Diary Entry

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