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free sheet

[¦frē ′shēt]
(graphic arts)
A type of paper free of mechanical pulp.
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Sharaf DG also has a few models on offer, with a bundle deal for the Instax Mini 9 that costs Dh389 and comes with 30 free sheets of printing paper.
The free sheets have used contractors to hand out their publications at the entrances to subway stations since they first came on the scene in the early 2000s.
Sanoma Newsa[euro](tm)s portfolio includes Helsingin Sanomat, the Nordic regiona[euro](tm)s largest daily, Ilta-Sanomat, the largest quality tabloid in Finland, as well as other national and regional newspapers and free sheets.
In stark contrast to mature mar- kets like London, where free sheets are undergoing a renais- sance, is the market for the freesheet dying here?
The ads are being posted in the free sheets because official newspapers refuse to run such ads.
S as a result of falling advertising revenue and competition from the internet and local authority free sheets.
The Standard is the sole survivor of 14 paid-for London evening newspapers, but now loses about 10 million pounds a year, hurt by falling circulation and new competition from free sheets, including the London paper, owned by News International, parent company of The Times.
Hersant Media's L'Union will install two shaftless Goss Uniliner S presses in its Reims plant in northeast France, increasing color capacity from four broadsheet pages to 32 tabloid pages and will be used to print a range of daily newspapers and free sheets for the region.
"Pilot machine data as well as data in commercial installations are limiting the application of the single nip press to uncoated wood free sheets. The limitation is related to sheet quality, mainly sheet roughness and CD moisture profiles.
He started going to local car boot sales, scoured junk shops and the free sheets for pub memorabilia.
Mr McAliece, of Stage One Upholstery in Walsgrave Road, Coventry, is offering farmers free sheets of sponge which can be injected with disinfectant and put across farm entrances.