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wrap

1. Brit slang a small package of an illegal drug in powder form
2. 
a. the end of a working day during the filming of a motion picture or television programme
b. the completion of filming of a motion picture or television programme

wrap

[rap]
(graphic arts)
In a book or magazine, an insert, usually on a different stock, which is not tipped in but wrapped around one of the signatures, and which usually consists of at least two leaves (four pages) securely stitched into the binding.
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I wish the advertisers would know, like today's wrap (Friday, March 2), I ripped it off without bothering to know what it was
Short-row 8 P10 working wraps tog with wrapped sts, wrap next st, turn.
The advice for consumers is the same whether they're ordering a wrap or sandwich.
Download the pattern and prepare it according to the recipient's measurements, following the Silk Ribbon Wrap instructions.
GVPS can apply a 'Cost Calculator' formula that identifies precisely how much a company is paying to wrap each pallet that leaves its store.
Monique: The blue wrap is collected by Canusa Hershman, a recycling company in St Albans.
IPC-6012B specifies that copper wrap plating shall be continuous from the filled plated hole onto the external surface of the plated structure and extend by a minimum of 25 microns (984 microinches) where an annular ring is required.
wrap up 1 : to bring to an end <Let's wrap up this meeting.
THE Coventry Telegraph has teamed up with Greggs the bakers to offer every reader a tasty 50 per cent off its new Sweet Chilli Chicken Wrap.
TREAT yourself to a delicious Sweet Chilli Chicken Wrap from Greggs - for half the price.
SINNER Prawn Caesar Wrap from Starbucks - 464 calories