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building paper

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(Civil Engineering) any of various types of heavy-duty paper that usually consist of bitumen reinforced with fibre sandwiched between two sheets of kraft paper: used in damp-proofing or as insulation between the soil and a road surface
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He could have nominated me as his successor or maybe the owners of the paper felt I deserved to be, I really don't know.
One retail assistant said she could immediately see and feel that the note was fake as the paper felt too thick.
More than 70% said the paper felt more modern and varied.
The paper felt that Labor, after Keating's 1996 election defeat, had fallen into a conservative--even reactionary--rut.
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Nor does it count a troubled flight engineer's unsuccessful attempt to kill three pilots on a FedEx Boeing 707 in 1994." The paper felt that such a pattern "has largely gone unnoticed," but it was striking, "particularly in the similarities between the Germanwings crash and the ill-fated flight of EgyptAir 990 in 1999".
Dore said the paper felt that the treatment was an even a graver insult to Broad than turning him into an asterisk and refusing to publish his image, adding that they went harder after Broad's five-wicket haul on the first day by calling him the 'Phantom Menace' and referring to him in reports as 27YEMP.
The senior authors of this paper felt that the vignettes were part of the domain of classic presentations in which the process of DNR implementation could be evaluated.
Although I respect the freedom of the press, we regret that the paper felt it necessary to publish our most tragic and personal last moments with Ryan.
Chronicle Executive Editor Phil Bronstein declined to comment on the situation, but stressed the paper felt "very strongly about conflict- of-interest issues."
When we asked why, they explained that its latest reader's survey indicated that the readers of the paper felt there was too much arts coverage.
Reporters complained about how light and flimsy the Sunday paper felt compared with that of our competitor, The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer.