from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A government report.
- n. An authoritative report on a major issue, as by a team of journalists.
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- n. A factual write-up of something, specifically devoid of the appearance of marketing.
- n. A parliamentary document announcing government policy.
- n. A document published by the European Commission that contains proposals for European Union action in a specific area.
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- n. a government report; bound in white
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He walked to one end of the yard and posted an 8½-by-11 sheet of white paper with a circle on a target stand and paced off ten steps away from it.
The court reporter typed away, the steno machine spitting a white paper tape into a tray, in folded strips.
It is not a mere combination of words, printing-ink, and white paper which makes a law.
In the coming year we plan to do more with key ASEAN countries on transhipment and engage China on its recent white paper on counter-proliferation.
You lay down a wash of cobalt blue on a good white paper like a 240-pound cold-pressed D'Arches.
Paul Connett, from his white paper “Waste Management as if the Future Mattered,” 1990.
'T'was a little white paper Uncle Sam had done addressed to me
An hour later, I had disrobed and rerobed in a cotton examination gown—pink with little yellow flowers—and was lying on my back on a metal table with a sheet of white paper under me.
Roll of white butcher paper or at least enough white paper to draw a toddler-size cartoon cut-out
She went out briskly and returned in a few minutes to give him a small square of white paper such as chemists use in wrapping up prescriptions.