Come si traduce normalmente 'policy paper'?
Un lavoro sulle politiche da adottare è come si traduce normalmente la frase inglese policy paper. Si può anche dire una pubblicazione sulle politiche da adottare. Si tratta di una spiegazione di problemi di politica.
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Most of our paper comes from wood fiber. However other plant materials are also used in special circumstances.
paper is made out of bark off the trees and then processed to make it flat and to be able for people to write on.
Paper comes from trees that lumberjacks have cut down.. of course trees
Paper is made from trees. The wood pulp, which is made from wood chips, is shredded, treated and processed with water and chemicals. It is then made into very large, long roll…s of paper, then cut to size, depending on the particular type of paper needed..
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The use of paper spread from China through the Islamic world and entered production in medieval Europe in the 13th century, where the first water-powered paper mills were buil…t and mechanization of paper making began.
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Your agent should have a copy of your policy, as does the underwriting department of the insurance company, and you should have a copy of the policy. I recommend making and ke…eping multiple copies of all policies. Possibly keep one copy of each at your home and other copies off premises. You have a proof of insurance card for the car. There is no good reason to keep a copy there. You may want to store at home with your other policies and other copies of policies at a safety deposit box in case a storm or fire affects the home.
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