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bond paper

[′bänd ‚pā·pər]
(materials)
A paper used for writing paper, business forms, and typewriter paper; the less expensive bond papers are made from wood sulfite pulps; rag-content bonds contain 25, 50, 75, or 100% of pulp made from rags, and offer greater permanence and strength.
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The new rule requires all pleadings, motions and similar papers intended for the consideration of all courts and quasijudicial bodies to be written in single space with one-and-a-half space between paragraphs, using an easily readable 14-size font of the party's choice and on 13- by 8.5-inch bond paper. All decisions, resolutions and orders issued by courts and quasijudicial bodies, as well as reports submitted to the courts and transcripts of stenographic notes, are subject to the same requirements.