Paper is a thin, flat material produced by the compression of fibres.
Paper(s) or The Paper may also refer to:
Other articles related to "papers, paper":
... At one point there were a thousand German-language papers ... The German papers nearly all folded in World War I, and after 1950 the other ethnic groups had largely dropped foreign language papers ... After 1965, there were many new immigrants but they set up few major papers ...
... After Jingbao was relaunched in 1920, Shao focused on writing supplementary papers which contained many literary contents ... the famous universities in Beijing to publish more supplementary papers ... In total there were more than 10 supplementary papers, including “Film Weekly”(戲劇周刊),”Women Weekly”(婦女周刊),””Human Arts Weekly ...
... Many of Hornby's private papers are with the York Minster Archives ... Papers of the York Cemetery Company and the York Savings Bank can be found in the North Yorkshire County Record Office in Northallerton, and in the York ...
... unprecedented aggressiveness in news-gathering, and the blatant methods by which the cheap papers were popularized aroused the antagonism of the older ... In the forties several papers sent correspondents abroad, and in the next decade this field was highly developed ... was to decentralize the press by rendering the inland papers, in such cities as Chicago, Louisville, Cincinnati, St ...
... polemics on the front page, and supported each other against attacks in progovernment papers ... When articles from the Spy were reprinted in other papers, as the country as a whole was ready for Tom Paine's Common Sense (in 1776) ... and most of those had experienced delays and difficulties through lack of paper, type, and patronage ...
Famous quotes containing the word papers:
“I see by the papers that you have once more stirred that pool of intellectual stagnation, the educational convention.”
—Elizabeth Cady Stanton (18151902)
“The Madcap Heiress, isnt that what the papers usually call her? Millions of dollars and no sense.”
—Vina Delmar, U.S. novelist, playwright. Lucy (Irene Dunne)
“You had such a vision of the street
As the street hardly understands;
Sitting along the beds edge, where
You curled the papers from your hair,
Or clasped the yellow soles of feet
In the palms of both soiled hands.”
—T.S. (Thomas Stearns)