paperware

paperware

(ˈpeɪpərˌwɛə)
n
printed matter or items made of paper
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No matter how many people there are at home, no one really willingly eats or drinks out of disposable paperware, which means piles of dishes to wash.
According to insiders, the expanded Tianjin plant will raise the firm's overall capacity of paperware to exceed 1.8 billion square meters, solidifying Cheng Loong's lead as the largest producer of its kind in Taiwan.
Sarah now runs a company with DJ selling chemicals and paperware to caterers, hospitals and hotels.
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Search out some decorative paperware that establish a theme for your table.
GERMANY: International Frankfurter Messe -- "Ambiente" (in February) and "Tendence" (in August): Table art, kitchen and houseware with gourmet shop, table decoration and accessories, interior design, giftware, jewellery, paperware, perfume, accessories, etc.
Again, appearances are key: Stay away from plastic and paperware unless it is an informal picnic without nearby kitchen facilities.
Only one Little Fermat exists today, but that's more than can be said for the many other new computer designs that never made it to the hardware stage, instead remaining "paperware" -- described in a paper but never built.
Greg Toller, vice president, sales and marketing, consumer products business unit of Keyes Fibre says, "What is happening in the marketplace demonstrates that disposable paperware is being used more often as a time savings device."
Tabletop accessories, grilling equipment, paperware, table lanterns: The Compleat Kitchen, Ala Moana Center and Kahala Mall.