adjoining sheets

adjoining sheets

[ə′jȯin·iŋ ′shēts]
(mapping)
Those maps that are contiguous to one or more sides and corners of a map series.
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And protruding backing can prevent you from pushing adjoining sheets close together.
The letter is written on adjoining sheets of on-board Titanic stationary with company watermark and is hand-dated by Hartley on April 10, 1912, it also bears the red embossed White Star Line house burgee.
The letter is written on adjoining sheets of on-board Titanic stationery and bears the red embossed symbol of the White Star Line.
To erect a partition of Stay- form, side adjoining sheets should be lapped and wire-tied at approximately 6" O.
Cutting out individual pages from folded sections of course creates loose adjoining sheets and it was necessary to guard these leaves onto Japanese tissue extensions in order to sew them into the textblock.
Nevertheless, a person would enjoy watching Saudi's preliminary sketches, in which linear curves and spiral circles brilliantly interconnect with adjoining sheets and layers.
Adjoining sheets were spliced together with Carlisle's SecurTAPE[TM].