Another possibility was releasing a white paper to the public.
The current white paper also suggests a reduction in rapid deployment forces from 30,000 to between 15,000 and 20,000.
According to its white paper, “the more adverse alternative is not, and is not intended to be a ‘worst case’ scenario.”
Per the IOM white paper, about 100,000 people a year die because of medical mistakes.
The shallowness of the Obama white paper, issued last June, is now only too obvious.
His eye caught a corner of white paper projecting through the letter slot.
If not pretty quick, the batter will not rise; and if too quick, put some white paper over the cake to prevent its being burnt.
This variety is often seen on white paper horizontally laid.
Then add sixty drops of oil of peppermint; beat it well, drop it on white paper, and dry it at a distance from the fire.
Cover the tables with white paper terminating in paper lace to give the effect of quaint, old-fashioned shelves.
A short treatise whose purpose is to educate industry customers. See, e.g., Architecture Neutral Distribution Format.