Synonyms for wood pulp

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The newspaper and the books on the shelves are made of wood pulp.

In the manufacture of wood pulp New York leads all other States.

It is used in the manufacture of small articles and for wood pulp.

There is also an excellent article on wood pulp paper in the Scientific American of October 4, 1913.

The problem of paper is a modern one, due to the use of wood pulp and other short-fibred materials in paper manufacture.

Wood pulp is made of it, and out of wood pulp a thousand articles, from toys to wheels of locomotives, are made.

Barks, as for tanning or dyeing, seeds and gums, and the wood pulp for paper are on exhibition.

Very common paper, such as that used for the daily newspapers, is made from wood pulp.

Munsey's Magazine printed an article on the semi-centennial of the discovery of the process of making paper from wood pulp.

Thousands of presses throb softly and the white reels of wood pulp fly into speech.