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  • n. Attributive form of graph paper

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Examples

  • I haunted the downtown D&D stores like The Four Horsemen and Mr Gameway's Arc (which had a full-scale replica of the bridge of the Enterprise on the top level!), and hoarded graph-paper like it was going out of style.

    Boing Boing

  • Flipping through a graph-paper notebook from his 2007 visit to Dr. Romera's restaurant in Spain, Mr. Coben pointed to notes and sketches of museum-style art cases, curtains and a layout that is nearly identical to what he went on to build at Romera New York, which opened in late September.

    The Blueprints Behind the Bistros

  • (I use a leedle 2.625 "X3. 875" Rhodia graph-paper pad plus a collapsible Zebra.)

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  • I use a leedle 2.625"X3.875" Rhodia graph-paper pad plus a collapsible Zebra.

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  • The result would be a thick pile of graph-paper tracings, each one as seemingly random as the others.

    The Piezo Array

  • Could it be they put the graph-paper role in upside-down?

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  • The dungeons feel especially stale, so linear and inorganic they might as well be graph-paper lifts filled with room after room of pop-up bogeymen Doom put them in closets; NWN2 just makes the closets bigger.

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  • But often such distortion is unavoidable: for example, we cannot spread the familiar graph-paper mesh, without stretching, on a sphere, though we can on a cylinder.

    RELATIVITY

  • He pointed to the graph-paper that fed very, very slowly past the seismograph's pens.

    Long Ago, Far Away

  • In the game imagination is the playscape, assisted by graph-paper maps, miniature figurines of orcs and hobbits and a referee called a "dungeon master" who moderates an improvised story with a pretend fellowship of wizards, warriors and rogues.

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