pad of paper

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Noun1.pad of paper - a number of sheets of paper fastened together along one edgepad of paper - a number of sheets of paper fastened together along one edge
message pad, writing pad - a pad of paper on which messages can be written
paper - a material made of cellulose pulp derived mainly from wood or rags or certain grasses
notepad - a pad of paper for keeping notes
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Yes--such as 'tis," he answered, as he wrote something on the pad of paper in his hand; "but it's a pretty poor apology for a home, Pollyanna.
You carry a little pad of paper in your pocket, don't you?
However, on Tuesday, Pederson was not combative with Levitt in making special requests to have a legal pad of paper and a court-issued address book supplied to him in Lake County jail.
After grabbing the ringing phone at Acapulco Mexican Grill and Bar in the center of Addis Ababa, owner Abel Wondowsen quickly scribbles an order for quesadillas and tacos on a pad of paper.
S: Show up with a pad of paper and a pen or pencil.
JOSE MOURINHO picked up a pen, pulled a pad of paper in front of him on the boardroom table and left the nib hovering inches above an imaginary dotted line.
We made a pad of paper by folding a sheet of newspaper into a hand-size section.
Davidovich's wares consist of dry witticisms: a note card bearing the photographic image of a foot that slips into an envelope emblazoned with a shoe, a pad of paper with the phrase "I hate to write" scribbled repeatedly across its surface in faint gray.
The Galaxy Note includes an advanced tool called the S Pen, which delivers fast, responsive and precise control to create fine lines and detail on the device display, much like an ink pen and pad of paper.
You might even keep a pad of paper nearby in case an idea strikes them suddenly.
Finally, the Personal pouch contains items to help pass the time including a pen and pad of paper and a deck of cards.
5 x 11-inch pad of paper and weighing less than many print magazines.