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non-paper

non-paper n. an off-the-record or unofficial presentation of (government) policy. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

non-paper

non-paper  n.— «It is understood that British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw had given a non-paper on Kashmir problem to the Indian and Pakistani leaderships when he visited the subcontinent in the first week of February this year. In...

tip-on

tip-on  n.— «One tactic is the tip-on, a small paper square affixed to the cover that highlights an article of interest to readers in that area.» —“Special Promotions Boost Local Newsstand Sales” by Susan...

put in blue

put in blue  v.— «Question: “Is there any indication that if the discussions within the whole Security Council now won’t bear fruit, that the United States might be willing to force a vote to sort of change that text of the...

tap-tap

tap-tap  n.— «I was cheering them on when a tap-tap, the gaily painted bus, careened into the crowd and knocked a paper mask flying.» —“Progress In Haiti: Leopards In Sneakers Instead of Tonton Macoutes” by Herbert...

ghost soldier

ghost soldier  n.— «The phrase “ghost soldiers” has a negative connotation in Army parlance—a reference to the administrative practice of filling units with names on paper, but not actual able-bodied soldiers.» —“Troops...