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paperweight

n. a serious student; a hardworking student. What a jerk! Nothing but a paperweight.
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Reviews & feedback management, bid management, order management, and communication channels are some of the most distinguishing features of PaperWeight.
I had a small glass paperweight up there on the window ledge and it's the only thing that fire investigators have decided could possibly have caused it.
Mr Riley, aged 54, said: "It is not the point that the paperweight was worth only a few pounds - it has been stolen and we won't get it back or catch the people who took it.
The first tool is a spherical graphite mould which gives the drooping hot glass the roundness it needs to be an instantly recognisable paperweight.
In each paperweight you'll find a different combination of plants.
In 1971, the third year of paperweight production at the Caithness factory, another five limited edition paperweights were designed and by 1972 they were beginning to seriously increase production.
A police spokesman said: "I think it was someone who had owned it and used it as a paperweight, but no longer wanted it, so they handed it in.
paperweight, entitled Megaplanet, as the thousandth paperweight to enter its collection.
For further discussion of the issue, let us come to the original question, the relation between the paperweight on my table and myself.
Your dad will be pleased and proud to display this one-of-a-kind paperweight at home or at work.
It might not work as a necklace, but it makes a lovely door-stopper or paperweight.
eBay auctions are no longer just a place to find a marble egg paperweight or a 1945 art deco vase.
Maybe that's why I have a small paperweight on my desk that reminds me that reputations--and brands--are not built on what I am going to do
Placed on my office desk today is a beautiful bronze paperweight of my dad's that he kept on his office desk from Curtis.
He told me he would say, "Judge, she is a human paperweight.