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Brown previously told the Tribune that a complete overhaul of the criminal court system—where attorneys frequently rely upon carbon paper to make copies of filings—is to be completed by March 2019.
In contrast, the solar still uses inexpensive and widely available carbon paper.
His mind is dense with facts, from the origins of carbon paper to the many varieties of rope.
In the meantime, attorneys still struggle to find carbon paper that isn’t scratched up and faded.
Manufacturers typically use the soot known as carbon black in rubber, ink, paints, and carbon paper.
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CARBON PAPER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of carbon paper for English Language Learners
: paper with a dark substance on one side that is placed between two other pieces of paper and used to make copies of documents
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