tissue paper


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tissue paper

[′tish·ü ‚pā·pər]
(materials)
Extremely lightweight paper, available in many colors and used in craft projects and in collage painting.
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In response to the planned price hike, some distributors said they will provide discounts on tissue paper purchases in a bid to assuage the impact on consumers.
Scientists placed human bone marrow stem cells on the tissue paper, and all the stem cells attached and multiplied over four weeks.
The conference included 34 speeches divided into three themes: tissue paper, the disposable hygiene products industry and management and marketing.
Now, while the first layer is still wet, paint over the tissue paper with the glue mixture.
Begin to accordion fold along the short side of the tissue paper stack.
Tissue paper is thin and tears easily, so it's easier to cut if you sandwich it inside ordinary paper.
Holding a piece of tissue paper against the outside of the lantern, paint an even coat of paste onto tissue paper and adhere to glass.
You can even stuff tissue paper in the sleeves of a man's suit jacket to help prevent wrinkles.
Next, I passed out an assortment of long strips of bleeding tissue paper of various widths.
The new scanner was developed out of the PaperPro I scanner and offers a number of unique features, making it ideal for tissue paper machines.
The work of Elisabetta di Maggio is materially slight, not only because her chosen material is tissue paper, but also because she treats space and time as impalpable categories.
colored tissue paper, curly ribbon, or pieces of colored yarn, and Christmas seals