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  • n. Plural form of paper.
  • n. Official documents or identification, as a passport.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of paper.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Documents providing information, esp. of an official nature about a person, vehicle, business, etc. See paper{9}, n.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. writing that provides information (especially information of an official nature)


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  • Read the papers, please, * all the papers*, rather than repeat the crap the campaigns feed you.

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  • I never thought I would see them this way, but tonight I was hunting through my Snoopy suitcase (the one that holds all my important papers, because yes when you are me, that is where you put your important papers…. in a dog suitcase) looking for my old school address book.


  • _End papers_, papers added at the beginning and end of a book by the binder.

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  • A great debt is owed to the numerous students in my classes at Rutgers who have used previous drafts of these cases and materials, raised questions, and made comments, and who have provided in class and in their term papers a real picture of the impact of law on the health and human services.

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  • Not releasing code to back up claims made in papers is extra ordinary.

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  • Clinging to the last vestiges of anger at your dad for never kissing you goodnight or reading your term papers?

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  • The four of us ate dinner together most nights, and George routinely helped the girls type and proofread their term papers.

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  • I was the high school yearbook editor and many friends enlisted my editing skills prior to submitting their term papers.

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  • I'm a bit late with this, because of Typepad's recent problems, but take a look at the term papers for Aaron Delwiche's Games for the Web course at Trinity university.

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