Point paper

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paper pricked through so as to form a stencil for transferring a design.

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Unless otherwise specified by the executive, organizing your brief in a point paper fashion often is best--issue, background, discussion, recommendation.
Whilst the point paper is being drawn in our workshops, the selected yarns are carefully dyed and one of the master weavers is instructed on the eventual scheme and size of the carpet which the sample section is to replicate.
Another problem highlighted in the point paper was the effect outdated cranials have on missioncritical communication among flight-deck personnel.
Point Paper w/atch, HQ MAC/XPQA, "Advanced Medium STOL Transport (AMST)," Oct.
Gorbaty has worked with a diversity of companies including: DeVA Systems Group, AccountAbility Outsourcing, Birch Point Paper Products, The Commonwealth Institute, East End House, ARBOR Associates, ElectroChem.
Mark has served on many committees including the 2003 and 2004 OATS conference committee, 2004 OAUG Connection Point conference committee, and the 2004 OAUG Connection Point paper selection committee.
To further enhance the versatility of the DocuColor 12, Xerox has developed Digital Color Super Gloss 12 Point paper, paper in a class traditionally available only in commercial printing.
These assignments also provide personal experience in writing point papers, exploring naval history, and writing evaluations and fitness reports.