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A tentative government report of a proposal without any commitment to action, being the first step in changing the law; a discussion document.
(Canada) An official document sponsored by the Crown of propositions put before the nation for discussion.
We heartily concur with these " four points " which are endorsed by the Green Paper launched by David Blunkett.
The Green paper plea for integrity of official statistics indicates a wish by government statisticians to distance themselves from the statistics they produce.
A Green Paper containing proposals that would streamline decision-making within the University of Oxford has been launched for internal consultation.
The Green Paper ignores the way in which planning legislation is tilted in favor of the developer.
Have your child trace his hand on about 15 to 20 pieces of green paper.
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