computer paper

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: paper - paper folded to permit continuous printing controlled by a computercomputer paper - paper folded to permit continuous printing controlled by a computer
paper - a material made of cellulose pulp derived mainly from wood or rags or certain grasses
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That, combined with its use of off-the-shelf computer paper as the primary source material, makes the Iris printer the perfect choice for applications where life-like full-color prints, low material cost and clean eco-friendly operation are required.
The mini-dolly folding cart makes moving chemicals, carboys, computer paper, filing boxes and scientific equipment easy.
A few IT courses later and the idea for her award-winning business, Crafty Computer Paper, was borne.
The Windsor, Quebec plant produces uncoated freesheet papers: photocopy paper, magnetic ink character recognition (MICR) forms, bond and computer paper, envelope paper, offset printing paper, and bleached wet-lap pulp.
It may take a while for the message to reach the heartland, but for now certification groups already are affecting lives, even if it's only obvious in a package of computer paper down at Office Depot.
The only sign of team spirit was a ``Go Bruins'' banner on flimsy computer paper stretched over the student-union information booth.
Being a CEO is never easy, and it's even harder when geopolitical storms blow away quarterly forecasts like so many sheaves of computer paper.
Call them what you want: computer paper dots, paper donut holes, those tiny things that litter your office floor.
Atkinson, WI); Canadian Computer Wholesaler, by Canada Computer Paper (Toronto, ON); Working Photographer, by Information & Records Management (Woodbury, NY); Cancer Journal, by Scientific American (New York); Journal of Noninvasive Cardiology, by Le Jacq Communications (Greenwich, CT); and Albuquerque Business Times, by Wick Communications (Albuquerque, NM).
But properties that generate very large sums of sorted office and computer paper have substantially benefitted as well.
In August the supplier brought out computer paper for such everyday occasions as anniversaries and birthdays.
Not a bad idea, given that your offices totes up savings on both the cost of fax and computer paper.

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