Paper days

PAPER DAYS, Eng. law. Days on which special arguments are to take place. Tuesdays and Fridays in term time are paper days appointed by the court. Lee's Dict. of Pr. h.t.; Arch. Pr. 101.

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Correspondent originators are equally happy, because the whole eNote process--from origination to warehouse lender to final investor--can be completed in a day or two, which means their warehouse line is replenished much faster and they can do five, six, even seven times more business each month with the same-sized warehouse line, compared with the old paper days.
Washington should help doctors leave the pen and paper days of the 1950s behind and move medicine into the 21st century.
Voters in Tyne and Wear could get another chance to cast their ballot paper days early after it was revealed up to half of all people taking part in the experiment this year would not have voted otherwise.
I also get the opportunity to design some pages from scratch, which is great, as it's the first time I've done that since my student paper days.