Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A paper-mill.

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Examples

  • Glass furnaces were established in Ghent, Liége and Hainault, paper-works in Huy, the manufacture of iron cauldrons began in Liége, and soap factories and distilleries were set up in other places.

    Belgium From the Roman Invasion to the Present Day

  • That's why I've got capitalists to start paper-works, engineering works, a foundry, and a sash-door-and-blind factory -- just the beginning.

    The World for Sale, Complete

  • That's why I've got capitalists to start paper-works, engineering works, a foundry, and a sash-door-and - blind factory -- just the beginning.

    The World for Sale, Volume 1.

  • Then there are houses where the people employed in the paper-works lodge, a recently-acquired home for the better class of men, which was once a mansion of the De Clifford family, and afterwards a hospital, and a store where every kind of oddment is sold by Dutch auction.

    Regeneration

  • Peter the Great, for example, two paper-works were established by an

    Russia

  • Her houses are of brick and stone, neat and well situated, but in good masonry not to be compared to those of Henry VIII's building; they are rather curious to the eye, like paper-works, than substantial for continuance.

    For Whom Shakespeare Wrote

  • Google, as usual is up to make things easier by letting users better organize all the paper-works by putting them online.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • In recent months, he's unveiled two new dedicated spaces: a paper-works gallery in the museum's Hamilton Building and a new-media space called the Fuse Box.

    Westword | Complete Issue

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