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Clairefontaine Staplebound Pupils' Report Book, 8.5x20cm, 110gsm

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Clairefontaine Staplebound Pupils' Report Book, 8.5x20cm, 110gsm

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Style Name:16 Sheets  |  Size Name:8.5x20cm

Clairefontaine Pupils' Report Books have a laminated cardboard cover with 110g Clairefontaine paper inside. 8.5x20cm in size with 16 sheets. Book can hold 44 names on a single page and have micro-perforated margins to organise terms easier. Pre-printed sheets with lines so it is easier to use. Pack of 10 in an assortment of coloured covers (colour quantity may vary per pack)

Clairefontaine Staplebound Pupils' Report Book, 8.5x20cm, 110gsm

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[uncultivatable]
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1. not suitable for cultivation or tilling
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