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carbon paper

[′kär·bən ‚pā·pər]
(materials)
A paper, coated with dark waxy pigment, used to make duplicate copies while typewriting or handwriting; a sheet of carbon paper is sandwiched between two paper sheets, so that the impression made on the top sheet causes the carbon paper to transfer a pigmented impression onto the bottom sheet.
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The black carbon paper was really a substitute for ink and was put between two sheets of writing paper in order to transfer a copy onto the bottom sheet.
Plan designs on paper and transfer to gourd with carbon paper.
Not surprisingly, more changes (using more paper) occur now than in the antediluvian days when making a change might require retyping an entire document as well as the use of several sheets of carbon paper.
Police said Lai Choon Kong, 39, violated Japan's Customs Law when the fake cards were found wrapped in carbon paper in the bottom of his sports bag during a routine inspection following his arrival on a June 28 flight from Malaysia.
23 Kyodo The Malaysian government is investigating reports that Japanese companies are dumping carbon paper in the country, Malaysia's International Trade and Industry Ministry (MITI) said Wednesday.
In addition, it will provide good reading for anyone who is simply interested in old-fashioned ways of doing things: make carbon paper, waxed paper, soap, mock marble, candles, and hundreds of other items.
And now you are translating it into your native tongue, transcribing it word for glorious word onto layers of onionskin and carbon paper, making a few copies for a few trusted friends who, like you, will risk anything to read Solzhenitsyn's forbidden work and will risk again to pass it on.
What's more, carbon paper was good for your mental health.
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This 2012 publication of Carbon Paper and Inked Ribbon Manufacturing Industry report is the comprehensive market research guide for the industry.
Using an ink-jet printer, Mallouk and his colleagues laid down hundreds of daubs of different metal combinations on conductive carbon paper.
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