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laid paper

[′lād ‚pā·pər]
(materials)
A paper with a pattern of parallel lines spaced so as to give a ribbed effect.
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Furthermore, the lithographed version is printed on laid paper, whereas other European music publishers might have used wove paper for lithography at this time.
Papers used for wine labels must deliver the proper message of elegance to the customer, and quite often the estate papers, the classic laid papers, make printing difficult.
'The more realised works on laid paper are more sought after,' she says.
(5) For example: Giovanni Balducci (il Cosci), St John the Baptist Preaching, black chalk, pen and brown wash on antique laid paper, squared in black chalk, 27.5 x 33.5 cm, no.
High-capacity lines for dry laid paper. Synthetic leather lines.
Toyota already offers a filter composite that consists of a wet laid paper type medium laminated with a nonwoven material and imbedded activated carbon powder particles.
He will be responsible for leading the company in its expansion into specialty air laid paper applications.
Peter is the founder and former president of Merfin Hygienic Products and was instrumental in establishing the first air laid paper production line in Canada at Merfin.
Virtually all currently used HEPA filters worldwide are based on microglass, wet laid paper with minimum efficiencies according to the DOP test (dioctyl phthalate liquid) of 9.95% for 0.3 micron particles.
The Britannia was usually printed on cream laid papers, she said.
Minister for Finance, Revenue, Economic Affairs, Statistics and Privatization laid papers on Supplementary Demands for Grants and Appropriations for the financial year, 2014-2015.
In a rare move they have laid papers at the Administrative Court in Manchester demanding a judge overturn the decision.