The word paper is a noun. Paper means (1) a newspaper as a physical object, (2) medium for written communication, (3) a daily or weekly publication on folded sheets; contains news and articles and advertisements, (4) a scholarly article describing the results of observations or stating hypotheses, (5) an essay (especially one written as an assignment), (6) a business firm that publishes newspapers, (7) a material made of cellulose pulp derived mainly from wood or rags or certain grasses.
Paper is also a verb that means (1) cover with wallpaper, (2) cover with paper.
Paper is also an adjective that means (1) made of paper.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word paper.
- Watercolor Paper
Watercolor art paper
is the focus of the Watercolor-Paper.com website. If you are a watercolor artist who is choosing paper for a watercolor painting, this website can get you started in the right direction.
- American Forest and Paper Association
The American Forest and Paper
Association serves to advance a sustainable U.S. pulp, paper, packaging, and wood products manufacturing industry.
- Office Supplies
Browse this office supplies retailer directory to find office supplies retailers in the USA. The photo on this web page depicts a calculator and a stapler, plus paper
clips, pens, scissors, and staples.
Browse this stationery manufacturer directory for information about stationery manufacturers and distributors in the USA. The illustration on this page depicts the components of a designer stationery set.
- Color Printers
There are several different types of color printers available on the market; the main difference is in how they deposit ink onto the paper. Ink-jet printers spray ionized liquid ink on paper.
- Environmental Products
Visit this environmental products manufacturer directory for information about environmental products manufacturers and wholesalers in the USA. The photo on this page depicts recycling containers for paper
- Payroll Service Guide
Browse this payroll services provider guide and directory to learn about payroll processing services in the United States of America. The photo on this page shows a stopwatch and paper
money, symbols of an hourly payroll.
- Citrus Fruit Gifts
This basket of bright orange fruit is a very appealing gift. The woven basket has been lined with shredded green paper
to add a cushioning and festive touch. Gift baskets such as these are often shipped direct from the grower.
- Gourmet Chocolates
A box of gourmet chocolate bonbons, in fluted paper
cups, is shown in this captioned photo. Evidently, someone has already sampled some of these chocolate confections!
- Ink-Jet Ink
Ink-jet printers spray drops of ink onto paper
to form graphics and characters. Ink-jet ink comes in cartridges that can be easily replaced when the ink runs out.
- Unusual Countertops
Unusual countertop materials add a unique flair to any kitchen. Learn more about countertops made of glass, scrap metal, bamboo, and paper, and find specialized counterop material suppliers.
Scissors are a tool made up of two opposing but attached blades, and are used for cutting a variety of things from paper
- The Tech
The Tech is MIT's oldest and largest newspaper and the first newspaper published on the web. It is published by MIT students. The paper, published twice a week during the school year, has news at MIT and the world, opinion, arts, restaurant reviews, sports, campus life, photos, and more. There are also links to all the works of Shakespeare, Classical Literature, and other projects.
BMJ is the British Medical Journal, a publication of the British Medical Association that has been online since 1995; the paper
publication since 1840. The Journal's aim is to publish original scientific studies, review and educational articles, and papers commenting on the clinical, social, scientific, political and economic factors affecting health.
Boston.com is the Internet site for the Boston Globe newspaper. Users can read today's paper
and selected other articles for free. Users must subscribe to read the archives. There are other links to events in Boston, breaking news, obituaries, and many more.
Evite has more than 15 million registered users, making it the top online destination for invitations. Evite is free, thus saving users money on paper
products. Besides cards, Evite offers party planners, customizable designs, drink calculators, themed party plans, recipes, and a wine pairing chart. Other types of cards and gifts can be found on the site.
The Globe began in 1843 in Toronto, Canada and remains Canada's foremost newspaper. In 1995, they launched globeandmail.com, which contains news and information from financial sources. The website offers breaking news, Canadian news, world news, real estate, business, sports, arts, and more. The website also has a link to the daily print edition of the paper.
Improvements Catalog began in 1992 to offer homeowners products to help them with home, yard and car. There are over 1700 products. Users of the website can also sign up to receive a monthly paper
catalog. The site can be browsed by topic such as Indoor Living, Outdoor Living, Pets, Cleaning, Kitchen, Gifts, and more. There is also a section about club specials and new items.
- Manuscript Central
Manuscript Central is a division of ScholarOne, a Thomson Business. It is a web-based, database-driven peer review and online submission application for scholarly publishers. The system reduces time to decision, eliminates paper
distribution costs, decreases administrative overhead, and increases submissions. Over 170 publishers and societies are using this product. More details on the website.
This website comes from the Institute of Physics Publishing. It provides users with nanotechnology news, products, jobs, events and information. The site also contains highlights of the latest Nanotechnology Journal, subscription information, and how to submit a paper
to the journal. There is also information of companies that use nanotechnology and the site can be searched by company name.
- The Nation
The Nation, headquartered in New York City, was founded in 1865 to publish articles and information about politics and social issues from a non-partisan point of view. There are 47 issues per year. This is the website of the online version, which contains the articles in the current issue plus other articles and news of interest. With a paper
subscription, users can access online archives.
Thomas Register, over 100 years old, is the well-known paper
version of ThomasNet, which lists 650,000 industrial companies indexed by product and service categories. The online version also provides access to over 20 million CAD drawings and hundreds of searchable product catalogs. The site also provides a place for businesses to add their links. The website is free.
- The Virginian-Pilot
The Virginian-Pilot is the largest daily metro paper
in Virginia. This newspaper serves the Hampton Roads area, the Eastern Shore of Virginia, southeastern Virginia, and part of North Carolina. It is a source for breaking news, sports information, and weather.
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