the blurry paper that took an early place in the lives of little people who were full of engineers while they were growing up. paper that owns the lines too much. in order to take it back, it is necessary to take away what is given from oneself and use force.
paper that needs attention while being transported, collected, etc., because it has more filthy cuts compared to other papers*...
for me, a person who heard it for the first time, it caused me to wander in the photocopy department of the university by saying "eidinger , eidinger ".
the eidinger paper is spoken as it is read and then rewritten as it is said. * * * it has nothing to do with being enlightened.
paper that does not fade at the folds, all the way through.
autocad is out, bravery is broken of course
the type of paper that is likely to lift something when a student studying urban and regional planning hears its name.