13 at a restaurant for a baked Camembert that turned out to be a supermarket own-brand cheese -- which was still in its wrapper.
In philately, an imprinted stamp is a stamp printed onto a piece of postal stationery such as a stamped envelope, postal card, letter sheet, letter card, aerogram or wrapper.
Plumpy'Nut is a peanut-based paste in a plastic wrapper for treatment of severe acute malnutrition manufactured by a French company, Nutriset.
Wrapper in data mining is a program that extracts content of a particular information source and translates it into a relational form.
Prosecution history estoppel, also known as file-wrapper estoppel, is a term used to indicate that a person who has filed a patent application, and then makes narrowing amendments to the application to accommodate the patent law, may be precluded from invoking the doctrine of equivalents to broaden the scope of their claims to cover subject matter ceded by the amendments.
The wrapper, lappa, or pagne is a colorful garment widely worn in West Africa by both men and women.
In object oriented programming, a wrapper class is a class that encapsulates types, so that those types can be used to create object instances and methods in another class that need those types.
An Affixing Machine is a machine that affixes postage stamps to an envelope, postcard or wrapper.
In philately a wrapper is a form of postal stationery which pays the cost of the delivery of a newspaper or a periodical.
Wrapper generally refers to a type of packaging, such as a flat sheet made out of paper, cloth, cellophane or plastic to enclose an object.