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green paper in Law topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgreen paperˌgreen ˈpaper noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 SCLa document produced by the British government containing proposals to be discussed, which may later be used in making lawswhite paper, bill
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green paperPart three of the bill examines major changes to radio services, first outlined in the 1986 green paper.A green paper nightie this time, and by now I don't give a damn about the cellulite.Alternately, a piece of light green paper might be glued over the hardboard.The proposed launch of the green paper last week was postponed on the orders of Downing Street.