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trim size

[′trim ‚sīz]
(graphic arts)
The size of a map or page when the excess paper outside the margin has been trimmed off after printing.
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Now more than three stone lighter, Mairi is a trim size 10 and has the confidence to try new things.
You'll notice that, at a time when many publications are paring the trim size of their print products, BUILDINGS has increased its size, allowing us to bring more content to you while displaying it in roomier layouts that are easier to navigate.
Christina joined Slimming World in April 2010 and by August this year she had shed a staggering 11st and went from a lardy size 24 to a trim size eight.
An action packed adventure, made even more engrossing by the book's jumbo trim size and a closing foldout.
Samm, who's partway through a Deeside College business studies course and a trim size 12 and 5ft 7in tall, said: "I felt overweight and not in proportion, I felt I had no options left other than liposuction.
The two have taught anatomy to tens of thousands of students over the years, and the text has been updated where necessary, presented in a larger trim size for better display of graphics, and enhanced with numerous visual and auditory electronic aids.
FROM THIS; TO THIS Super slimmer: AnneMarie was a size 18 slob, top - now she is a trim size 12
The 32-year-old mother-of-two from Cardiff is a trim size 10, but says she feels fat and doesn't want to put on any more weight.
If a CFL won't work for your particular fixture because of the trim size, use a regular flood bulb, but choose one with a higher voltage, such as 130 volts (you can increase voltage without increasing wattage).
The shelter book is increasing its trim size by 12 percent in a bid to add drama and impact to its editorial pages.
The 49-year-old from Newton in Porthcawl lost half her body weight when she shed eight stone, and dropped from a size 22 to a trim size eight.