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ream in Newspapers, printing, publishing topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreamream1 /riːm/ noun [countable]  1 reams2 technicalTCN a standard amount of paper, 500 pieces in the US or 480 pieces in Britain
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reamM.Jean Leblanc of his staff went to considerable lengths to both provide and help interpret various policy papers and reams of data.It certainly makes a refreshing change from reams of text menus.Mostly you get reams of plain text.Process control has reams of output data that need organizing and interpreting.Bowing out seems unlikely, but the stadium groundbreaking is reams of paperwork away.There were such reams of documents that it simply wasn't possible to read them all.Both sides used reams of statistical data to argue for the superiority of their performance.I write reams of dry prose with appropriately technical language and what my colleagues consider scientific consequence.