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foolscap in Daily life topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfoolscapfools‧cap /ˈfuːlskæp/ noun [uncountable]  DTCa large size of paper, especially paper for writing on
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foolscapBut here it is, all five foolscap pages, and it makes quite interesting reading.It was to run to 2,300 pages of foolscap.His hand Has swept the battlefield flat as a sheet of foolscap.William Hunter kept a complete record of the process, occupying eighteen sheets of foolscap in a hurried hand.He has four or five sheets of foolscap, xeroxes, I see, of court documents.Excuse the paper ... it's easier to write a longer letter on foolscap paper!Thomas Foulkes will have their full colour, 28-page foolscap brochure ready for the London Boat Show.Mr Yarrow made a purposeful face and turned foolscap pages before him.