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trade paper

noun
1.
a newspaper publishing news of a specific profession or business.
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  • This trade paper, from its start, had been urging the coffee men to organize for defense.

    All About Coffee William H. Ukers
  • The schoolgirl and the trade paper editor wouldn't have been "in it."

    The Pianolist Gustav Kobb
  • I am going to introduce you to a trade paper man you ought to know.

  • Government ale, says a trade paper, will shortly be on sale in some parts of Ireland.

  • All I know of him is that he is one of the editors of a druggists' trade paper in Detroit.

    The Pianolist Gustav Kobb
  • This left Edwards with a sketch a month for the trade paper, for which he was paid $10 each.

    The Fiction Factory John Milton Edwards
  • If they couldn't pay cash, I would take notes, which could be used as trade paper with my creditors, by endorsing the same.

    Twenty Years of Hus'ling J. P. Johnston
  • In general, "trade paper" is used to settle accounts only when the credit terms are still long, that is, four months or more.

    Readings in Money and Banking Chester Arthur Phillips
  • There was an order, too, for more sketches for the trade paper, to be done in another vein.

    The Fiction Factory John Milton Edwards

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