cover flap

cover flap

A hinged flap which covers boxing shutters.
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The black-and-white doodle, designed by Mumbai artist Sameer Kulavoor, depicts a smiling, young Vyarawalla happily clicking away with an"ancient"camera with its leather cover flap danging.
Isleworth, United Kingdom, September 02, 2016 --(PR.com)-- The new DIRAK 1-075 compression latch from FDB Panel Fittings offers IP65/67 protection and status visibility by virtue of its zinc die cover flap which only closes when the latch is fully compressed.
It also has a built-in face cover flap, a full front zipper opening, three pockets and elastic sleeves on the cuffs and waist.
I kill with a single touch." That is the tagline on the cover flap of this series opener set in a faraway land called Lormere and centered on the speaker of that line, seventeen-year-old Twylla.
The colourful Nokia smartphone accessory has a flip cover flap that will protect the screen when the owner is not using the device.
Titles, the inside cover flap, even the graphics convey information that helps form an image in one's mind concerning the information and mood to be found inside the cover.
It has a detachable polycarbonate shell, which relieves itself of the cover flap, and is itself a case that protects your tablet.
The cover flap describes the book as the "first history of the Cold War in its entirety, from 1917 to 1989," a rather bold claim that might lead the advanced scholar to worry that Haslam intends to reopen a tired and tiresome debate about when the Cold War actually began.
Although its marketing by Cambridge borders on the hyperbolic (the blurb inside the cover flap announces, "Don Pedro Calderon de la Barca [1600-1681] is Spain's most important early modern dramatist": what about Lope de Vega?), this hybrid creation--part biography, part literary criticism--exceeds expectations.
Instead, it was relegated to the inside of the back flap and it was referred to as "lean production." A quote from that cover flap states, "If Western companies and their managers and workers are to survive in the 1990s, they must learn and adapt to lean production." Within a year the reprint (Harper Perennial, 1991) would prominently feature the tagline "The Story of Lean Production."
The book is claimed to be cutting edge; an exploration of the "rhythm and sympathy of musical expression in human communication from infancy" (cover flap), an aim it achieves through a diverse range of papers.