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Founded by Imperial College London graduates Rich Woolley and Alan Small, the Paperclip platform allows users to buy, sell, swap and give away second-hand goods with nearby Paperclip users.
"We're all excited to make 2018 another record breaking year at Paperclip."
to a snap by tapping on the paperclip icon on the vertical toolbar.
If no water leaks into the boat, add another paperclip.
Operation Paperclip: The Secret Intelligence Program that Brought Nazi Scientists to America.
"Perhaps it was a case of AutoCorrect or that pesky Microsoft Word paperclip causing shenanigans."
The highlighter's history is a story of dogged research interwoven with the happy accident which created its flattened shape, and even the apparently stable paperclip has had a more tumultuous evolution than you might expect.
Gregory Short; THE BILLION DOLLAR PAPERCLIP; Madeleine Books (Nonfiction: Business & Economics) 24.95 ISBN: 9780989742603
Annie Jacobsen's OPERATION PAPERCLIP: THE SECRET INTELLIGENCE PROGRAM THAT BROUGHT NAZI SCIENTISTS TO AMERICA (9781619691537, $35.00) is narrated by the author, a journalist who provides a passionate and smooth reading to this expose of America's secret post-World War II science programs, and is a pick for any who enjoy true accounts of war crimes and political intrigue.
Operation Paperclip explains how the United States dealt with the Nazi scientists and how those deals were covered up.
"Operation Paperclip: The Secret Intelligence Program that Brought Nazi Scientists to America," published Tuesday, documents a top secret intelligence and military program run with the help of prominent Nazi scientists and doctors, including Nazi Germany's surgeon general.
BY STEPHEN HAYWARD ROYAL Mail has been accused of "Scroogelike behaviour" for refusing to deliver a card because it contained a paperclip.