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  • n  a loose dressing gown for women
  • n  the covering (usually paper or cellophane) in which something is wrapped
  • n  cloak that is folded or wrapped around a person

  • Two New York companies that have made a mint from nickel candy decided last week that life would be even sweeter under one corporate wrapper.
  • Created by Satoshi Yamasaki and Mazaki Keito of Osaka, Gigazine is Japan's most popular blog, a sumptuous daily feast of eye candy bundled in a bright shiny wrapper.
  • Included in his bales at the moment are wrappers from Bit-O-Honey and Mars Milky Way candy, Camay, Oxydol and Ivory Soap, box tops from Wheaties and Kellogg's Corn Flakes.
News & Articles

  • Stinger Waffle a good snack, but no boost
    I guess I was a little confused by the wrapper.
    June 13, 2013 - Reno Gazette-Journal
  • ETF Wrapper Makes The Difference For MOAT
    How a newcomer ETF left a direct competitor in an ETN wrapper in the dust. When the Market Vectors Wide Moat ETF launched about a year ago, the new fund stood out mostly for its r...
    June 11, 2013 - IndexUniverse.com via Yahoo! Finance
  • Dividends and Emerging Markets are Toxic Brew for This ETF
    It feels like only yesterday that the combination of low volatility, high dividend stocks in the wrapper of an emerging markets ETF would be alluring to investors. Well, it was not that long ago, but that ...
    June 11, 2013 - ETF Trends via Yahoo! Finance

  • Jennifer Granholm in Forbes
    You were a paradoxical gift of remarkable intellect and achievement wrapped in a plain brown wrapper,said Granholm, a Democrat.
  • Keith Bulluck in USA Today
    I got hit with a piece of box and a pretzel wrapper flying around,Bulluck said. "Everything was on the field. I guess their fans were a little mad about the performance that their team was doing. I would have been throwing things, too."
  • Ronald Reagan in International Herald Tribune
    ...remarks at National Review's 30th anniversary in 1985, President Ronald Reagan joked that he picked up his first issue of the magazine in a plain brown wrapper and still anxiously awaited his biweekly edition - "without the wrapper."

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