paper round


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paper round

paper route
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Noun1.paper round - the route taken when delivering newspapers every daypaper round - the route taken when delivering newspapers every day
itinerary, route, path - an established line of travel or access
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On my taking notice of its rich colour, he showed me a piece of paper round it, on which was written, "For the Father of the Marshalsea," and presented it to me.
I cannot say that they were very like, or that they particularly resembled any flowers that have ever come under my observation; but I knew from the paper round them which was accurately copied, what the composition was.
Give it to me, and let me put a paper round it, and tie it to my umbrella with my shade;--there, now.
Although the paper round still makes an appearance from time to time, the stories now take us way beyond that, with a varied cast and drama mixed with light hearted stories like any peak hour soap.
We agreed to get him a good one, a Cube, and he said that he would pay for it with the money from his paper round," said Sally.
Moments later, he crashed into cyclist Alan Knight, 64, who was crossing the road while on his morning paper round, then drove away at high speed.
Pontycymer-born bohemian eccentric Molly Parkin was also deeply affected in later life by things she encountered on her paper round around London's Dollis Hill.
When I was 15 or so everyone I knew had some kind of job - paper round, working in a shoe shop, waiting on tables in a cafe.
On first taking over the paper round, he was helped by his wife Betty, who died two years ago.
Joshua Smith began the paper round the day after his 13th birthday in 2005, but was run over by a lorry just days later.
Either Ramos has led a pampered life or the Mexican had a one hell of a paper round.
Taner, who saved up from his paper round to achieve his dream, said: "I've wanted to be a pilot since I was 14.