from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The material in which something is wrapped.
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- n. The material in which something is wrapped
- v. Present participle of wrap.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an enveloping bandage
- n. the covering (usually paper or cellophane) in which something is wrapped
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"I just don't believe in wrapping it up that simply," Bromell tells TVGuide. com.
When are American going to wake up and realize that inside all that wrapping is an empty box?
I have survived with unwrapped tea bags for this long in my life and I refuse to believe the wrapping is necessary.
BASF BASF 's Ecovio plastic, also used in paper cups and for shrink wrapping, is made partly from renewable materials and partly from Ecoflex, which is based on petroleum-based sources but is also completely biodegradable.
Spydr331: well you can see the plastic wrapping is blocking the food from touching anything but the plastic wrap and the pan it was brought in on … so shes trying at least
With the Supreme Court term wrapping up this week, Citizens United stands at the head of a series of 5-4 decisions that was resolved by the 73-year-old justice appointed by President Ronald Reagan in 1988.
As a developer, running over a set of A4 pages with too much word-wrapping is just not as satisfying nor as productive as a heap of fan-fold.
Now, the Mavs go into the finale on Wednesday night - at home, against Houston - with a win wrapping up No. 7 and a chance to get No. 6 if they win and New Orleans loses in San Antonio.
We're late in wrapping up out 'Best Of' list for this year, but better late than never.
The last thread you were dealing with in wrapping up the whole post, about lifting the veil is so right on.