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A paper manufacturing mill is photographed in Quebec, Canada. The industrial looking compound comprises square buildings in green, tan, and rust. Most of the smokestacks are quiet on the day the paper manufacturing mill was photographed.
Barographs record the atmospheric pressure over the course of time. A traditional barograph, such as this one, contains an aneroid barometer and uses a pen to produce a paper chart, called a barogram.
One can almost taste the sweetness in this abstract photo of assorted chocolates and truffles. Nestled in their paper wrappers, imagine the fruit, marshmallow, caramel, or nut filling as you bit into the candy.
Color printers come in several varieties, depending on how they deposit ink on to the paper. Inkjet printers and laser printers are more commonly used than solid ink printers. This photo shows an inkjet printer that uses six color ink cartridges.
A group of multi-colored gift boxes sits in a cluster, waiting to be unwrapped by the lucky recipients. Large, medium, and small gift boxes appear wrapped in red, purple, pink, silver, and green paper, with gold, silver, and blue bows.
Five gift boxes, in various colors of striped paper, are scattered on a white background. The boxes, which are of various shapes and sizes, are adorned with ribbons of different colors.
A young woman in a red top and white scarf gives a gift to a grateful man. The rectangular gift box is wrapped in gold paper, and decorated with a green and gold bow. Soon the man will open the gift, and discover the treasure inside.
A woman putting the finishing touches on a festively decorated holiday tree is presented with a gift from a man. Both the man and woman are smiling as the man presents a slim gift, wrapped in red paper and tied with a green ribbon, to the woman.
A gray large format printer takes up the entire frame of a photograph. The printer can be used for smaller projects as well, but is ideal for projects that require larger paper.
A.G. Sulzberger, editor of The New York Times, slammed Donald Trump for crossing a line in accusing the newspaper of committing 'treason.' 'This new attack crosses a dangerous line,' he wrote.
Daily Mail. Thu, 20 Jun 2019 19:43:18 GMT.