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  • I had begun to look upon it as a lost art, until Jack and I, taking a walk, stumbled upon a fale '(house) where a pretty woman sat cross-legged before a tilted board, pounding and scraping the wet lengths of stripped white tutuga – a kind of mulberry – Broussonetia papyrifera, if you really want to know.

    Treasures of the South Seas

  • He told us at once that, according to Kempfer and du Halde, the Broussonetia furnishes the substance of the Chinese paper; it is a vegetable substance (like linen or cotton for that matter).

    Two Poets

  • The paper was not made of silk nor yet from the Broussonetia; the pulp proved to be the triturated fibre of some kind of bamboo.

    Two Poets

  • The paper was not made of silk nor yet from the Broussonetia; the pulp proved to be the triturated fibre of some kind of bamboo.

    Two Poets

  • He told us at once that, according to Kempfer and du Halde, the Broussonetia furnishes the substance of the Chinese paper; it is a vegetable substance (like linen or cotton for that matter).

    Two Poets

  • They insist on thinking that I am cold because my clothes are wet, and have thrown over me several folds of tapa, made from the inner bark of the wauti or cloth plant (Broussonetia papyrifera).

    The Hawaiian Archipelago

  • The paper mulberry's scientific name is _Broussonetia papyrifera_.

    Doctrina Christiana The first book printed in the Philippines, Manila, 1593.

  • Today it is known that this plant is an ulmacea (_Broussonetia papyrifera_) from a mash of which they still make cloth in Japan.

    Doctrina Christiana The first book printed in the Philippines, Manila, 1593.

  • _Broussonetia papyriffera dissecta_ originated about 1830 at Lyons, and

    Species and Varieties, Their Origin by Mutation

  • They insist on thinking that I am cold because my clothes are wet, and have thrown over me several folds of tapa, made from the inner bark of the wauti or cloth plant (Broussonetia papyrifera).

    The Hawaiian Archipelago

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  • The paper mulberry, an invasive exotic tree in the place I reside in.

    June 21, 2010