Paper

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  1. A fibrous writing or printing surface made by breaking down vegetable or other fibers such as wood or rag into pulp and then processing the pulp into sheets, usually on a screen by means of water suspension. Paper varies according to its content, color, size, thickness, chemical stability, finish, and intended use. See also: newsprint and papyrus.
  2. Also refers to a brief composition, especially one prepared to be read by the author at a public meeting or conference.
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