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Per the IOM white paper, about 100,000 people a year die because of medical mistakes.
In late 2009 Borkholder wrote a white paper proposal to DARPA that pitched a disposable blast gauge using a tiny pressure sensor.
The current white paper also suggests a reduction in rapid deployment forces from 30,000 to between 15,000 and 20,000.
Another possibility was releasing a white paper to the public.
Nor, given the premises of the white paper, is it obvious why capture would even have to be attempted.
A proclamation was issued by government to establish a manufactory for white paper in England.
Next she came upon two packets sealed up in white paper, with Val's own seal.
A board was fastened to the top of the pole, and there was a square, white paper tacked to the board.
This line style, whose world is not the wall or the canvas, but white paper, can do with a proportionately meagre study of nature.
Bill smeared some ink on a blotter and took up a bit of white paper.
On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to white paper, such as: command paper, position paper, state paper, and white book.
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