white paper

NOUN
  1. a government report; bound in white
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How To Use white paper In A Sentence

  • What makes these native arums so attractive are the thick spikes of fruits that follow the large white papery inflorescences.
  • She grinned and pulled a triangle of white paper out of her pocket and put it in Faith's hand.
  • A strategic overview on the issue would be published in an autumn white paper.
  • It is as unique in its way as was the original White Paper.
  • Today's white paper will set out a 10-point customer commitment charter aimed at recruiting the public in the battle against crime and anti social behaviour in their area.
  • Accidentally knocking over the bottle, I watched as the crimson coloured liquid soaked into the white papers.
  • He took it a couple of steps further though, faxing all the local Cleveland media outlets on plain white paper with his signature demanding a trade.
  • They should produce a comprehensive White Paper on disinvestment for serious debate before selling a single sou of public assets.
  • Concurrently with these experiments, Levi-Montalcini made “a secco” engravings on white paper, whose reliefs produced variations of light. Paola Levi-Montalcini.
  • The Energy White Paper of 2003 should have given a clear green light to a new nuclear reactor: instead, it pusillanimously avoided debate.
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