from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A kind of thin, uncalendered paper made of extra stock, used for printing bonds, etc.
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The literate Loogan, who carries a Swiss Army knife instead of a gun and can improvise a weapon out of 500 sheets of recycled bond-paper, strikes an engaging tone between hard-boiled and whimsical: "What can you say about a woman who wears a yellow dress to break into an office at night?" he muses.