white paper

Pronunciation: (hwīt' pā'pur, wīt' for 1; hwīt'pā"pur, wīt' for 24), [key]
1. paper bleached white.
2. an official governmental report.
3. an authoritative report issued by any organization: The TV network presented its white paper on news coverage of major crimes.
4. an official British government publication on a specific subject prepared by a committee and presented to the House of Commons, usually reporting results of a recent investigation or summarizing policy.

Random House Unabridged Dictionary, Copyright © 1997, by Random House, Inc., on Infoplease.

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