ledger paper


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Noun1.ledger paper - a durable writing paper used in record books and business ledgersledger paper - a durable writing paper used in record books and business ledgers
writing paper - paper material made into thin sheets that are sized to take ink; used for writing correspondence and manuscripts
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Automation and technology are starting to replace a lot of the write-up and bookkeeping work that was traditionally done on spreadsheets or ledger paper.
In this manuscript the allied warriors of the Lakota and Cheyenne tribes drew on ledger paper with crayons, probably given to them by American Indian agents, some seventy seven separate drawings that are graphic in detailing and portraying Indian indigenous understanding of instrumental power, mimesis, and warfare.
Another, mostly blank, contains gridded, ruled, and ledger paper, as well as the patterned insides of envelopes; still another is the yellow of legal paper and Post-it notes; and the last one, whatever it is made up of, is almost entirely obscured by different black materials--something waxy, something plasticky, something shiny--so that very little can be read.
recounts his/her (the gender is never clearly revealed) adventures through writing on ledger paper.
I even know CPAs who aren't comfortable without their four-column ledger paper in front of them.
She later worked at the Ledger Paper and later at the Monadnock Insurance Agency.
Fleet's paintings and colored pencil drawings include used historical ledger paper (from the early 1900s) and incorporate ration coupons, telegrams, historical photos, old maps and stock certificates.
Some of the most interesting paintings in the show are his bird paintings, done on lined ledger paper.
Los Angeles residents, for instance, can also recycle clean and dry computer paper, ledger paper, wrapping, arts and craft paper, mail, flyers, telephone books, note cams, blueprints, magazines, file folders, paper bags, Post-it notes, catalogs and all envelopes including those with windows.