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double-faced

1. Descriptive of any joinery, as a molding, which is formed of two parts having faces in different planes.
2. Any material which is finished on both sides.
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They carried globe clusters of white and champagne roses banded with champagne double-faced satin ribbon wrapped with pearl wire.
Development of the platinumcased watch (the other one is made in a rose gold case) took the company eight years and it is the first - and only - double-faced timepiece featuring a mechanical representation of the night sky.
Available thin transfer films, as well as single- and double-faced constructions.
Fagan and Moran set out to document all recordings made by Victor in all genres, including the ubiquitous black label popular recordings, Red Seal classical discs, along with the purple- and blue label records that straddled the fence between the classical and popular fields (the single-faced purple and double-faced blue labels began as a vaudeville-oriented series, soon expanding to include classical performers who had not attained "Red Seal" status).
ARcare[R] 90106 is a clear, double-faced film coated on both sides with a higher coat weight hybrid adhesive for use in in-vitro diagnostics and related membrane-based immunoassay products.
Arclad[R] 0101 is a double-faced, aqua-green, premium repulpable splicing tape for adhesion to "hard-to-adhere" paper and paper-board grades for flying splice applications.
ARclad 0068 is a high strength, double-faced repulpabale splicing tape with an aggressive adhesive for splicing hard-to-adhere-to paper and paperboard grades such as coating, uncoated, offset, tablet rotogravure, kraft, toweling, linerboard and specialty grade papers.
Rigid, which is part of the VPK Packaging Group, is supplying Molls Bacon with two types of double-faced corrugated transit cases.
Some coat lengths fall right at the knee, such as Ellen Tracy's wool twill coat, while others are three-quarters in length or just above ankle, as seen in Han Feng's double-faced wool tailored creation.
Known as 27 East Houston Street, block 510 lot 40 has the ability to support a double-faced unipole sign structure approximately 20 x 4 feet.
Janus was usually represented in art by a double-faced head.