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  • noun Alternative spelling of wood pulp.

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Examples

  • I wonder if Sam is confusing the smell of wood-pulp paper with mildew or mold which can indeed cause headaches.

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  • The wood-pulp is sourced from managed plantations from referenced suppliers operating Good Forestry principals (FSC or equivalent).

    Sonnentor Spices Move to Biodegradable Packaging

  • Port officials say those investments have encouraged an additional $200 million from the private sector and drummed up business from exporters of products like biodiesel, soy meal and a wood-pulp product used in everything from food processing to pharmaceuticals.

    Old Port Profits With New Exports

  • The lever in his arm he duplicates in wood and steel; the lenses in his eyes in glass; the visual impressions of his brain on chemically sensitised wood-pulp.

    The Kempton-Wace Letters

  • The wood-pulp is sourced from managed plantations from referenced suppliers operating Good Forestry principals (FSC or equivalent).

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  • And there, bobbing in the wood-pulp waves, it sits.

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  • The distinction between “wood-pulp literature” and “beautiful letters” is a market distinction.

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  • Plus it's cheaper to have boards on wood-pulp sheets than an extra animatic.

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  • The wood-pulp is sourced from managed plantations from referenced suppliers operating Good Forestry principals FSC or equivalent.

    biodegradable

  • The distinction between “wood-pulp literature” and “beautiful letters” is a market distinction.

    Genres and niche markets

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