paper napkin


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a napkin made of paper, intended to be disposed of after use.

See also: Napkin

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The leaves of this tree were all paper napkins, and it presented a very pleasing appearance to the hungry little girl.
Lemons, oranges and paper napkins, arranged with mathematical precision, sat among the glasses.
THIS hastily-drawn sketch on a six-inch square paper napkin might not seem like much at first glance - but it has just been sold at auction for PS9,000.
IT'S a six-inch square folded tissue paper napkin, but a hastily drawn sketch by LS Lowry means it could sell for up to PS10,000.
Perhaps the paper napkin issue warranted the awarding of three-and-a-half stars instead of four, but I found the individual terrycloth hand towels in the restroom a pleasant touch.
Tissue paper products including toilet tissue, facial tissue, paper napkin and hand towels.
The company also has plans for this year to make investments of around TL100 million in personal care business, particularly in production of toilet paper, paper napkin and paper towel.
You may not realize it but the paper napkin is one of the greatest creative tools of all time.
dollar sales for the facial tissue, disposable cup, disposable plates and bowl, and paper napkin categories for the 52-week period ended Jan.
After meeting him at a party he went for an interview and as the producer looked for a piece of paper, Hart quickly drew a fish on a paper napkin.
Maria was anxiously watching her little friend carefully wrapping one chicken leg in the paper napkin she had given her to wipe her mouth.