tracing paper


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tracing paper

[′trās·iŋ ‚pā·pər]
(materials)
Thin paper used both for tracing and original drawings, and of various types and surfaces.

tracing paper

A transparent paper used for tracing and original drawings.
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The assets and trademarks relating to tracing paper and premium fine paper, where the Commission found that competition would not be harmed, are not concerned by the commitment.
But it stated that a major cause of the crash was that tracing paper, similar to that used by schoolchildren, had been put over charts to prevent them being written on.
Insects could be placed next to each other with legs or wings touching, resulting in a kaleidoscopic shape Since the tracing paper was initially folded to help students draw their insects symmetrically, it helped to have the student align the creased line of their tracing paper with the guidelines as they drew to help keep the balance of the entire design accurate.
Use the hammer and nail to punch small holes in the can where the dots are on your tracing paper.
Trace the template with the X-acto knife, cutting through the tracing paper.
While at the copy shop, ask for A4 drafting film or thick tracing paper, which is cheaper.
Draw your slabs on some tracing paper in the pattern that you have decided on and place it over your sketch.
Again, have your partner draw the trajectories on tracing paper.
Tenders invited for Supply of natural tracing paper rolls