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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsandpapersand‧pa‧per1 /ˈsændˌpeɪpə $ -ər/ noun [uncountable]  sandpaper.jpg TZstrong paper covered on one side with sand or a similar substance, used for rubbing wood in order to make the surface smooth
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sandpaperSmall imperfections such as cuts and scratches can be sanded out with fine sandpaper.My voice is like sandpaper, I cough up gobs of phlegm, my liver feels like a sandbag.Only 38 percent of young adults could use a chart to pick the right grade of sandpaper.You dream up a yard of sandpaper, damp, you're talking tongue.Those hands, he felt sure, had not wielded saw or sandpaper.Next, smooth off any sharp edges with sandpaper, replace the saddle sections in the correct order and restring.