Visitors take turns trying to catch the Green Paper to win a Hello Kitty cupcake stand.
Should the Green Paper become law, the worst mistakes and ugliest abuses will be kept firmly behind closed doors.
The walls are hung with Green Paper; the curtains are green, and the floors are carpeted in the same color.
We should not have taken this Green Paper and given him those furs.'
The engine is a match-box turned upside down, to which is gummed a cork covered with red or Green Paper.
And for the buzzity-buzz thing he had a Green Paper pinwheel.
He covered a piece of Green Paper by a sheet of thin transparent white paper.
In the back were engravings on Green Paper, stuck into the old book.
Charlotte pulled down the Green Paper shades of the windows, and went out of the room.
I picked up the billiard chalk, and felt that the Green Paper wrapping was crisp and stiff.
a government document of policy proposals for the nation to consider and discuss; also written Green Paper
may be followed by a white paper, with details of proposed legislation