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building paper

A heavy, relatively cheap, durable paper, such as asphalt paper, used in building construction, esp. in frame construction, to improve thermal insulation and weather protection and to act as a vapor barrier. Special types are: sheathing paper, used between sheathing and siding; floor lining paper, used between rough and finish floors.
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The fact that the editor of a big metropolitan paper felt it worthwhile to e-mail his remarks vividly illustrates the impact of a lone Web maven and media-gossip enthusiast based in Evanston, Illinois.
One canceling client was The Orange County (Calif.) Register, whose ombudsman, Dennis Foley, reported that the paper felt "Dr.
FINGER PUPPETS YOU WILL NEED A piece of card or paper Felt in yellow, blue and black Googly eyes Scissors A sewing needle Cotton in black and blue Pins Superglue METHOD 1 Draw a shape on the paper or card big enough to fit your finger leaving enough space for sewing.
The BDT2 works with filtration applications, monofilament, medical sutures, fiber treatment and placement, filament winding, printing and wire industry and wide width paper felt manufacturing applications.
The paper felt that it couldn't be a legitimate voice in the community and continue to take sex ads.
on the city's agenda and said the paper felt "vindicated" by Brown's apology.
As a result, Calaiacovo said, the paper felt comfortable extending the pacts well into the next century.
Unfortunately, it seems that the paper felt the latter more newsworthy.
However, with a significant expansion in editorial/op-ed space, the paper felt there would be enough work to keep both the Times-Dispatch's Gary Brookins and the defunct News Leader's Bob Gorrell busy.
The editor said that the paper felt the women's charges reflected directly on Adams' fitness for office and, therefore, of public interest.
Under the Mercosul tariff nomenclature, nonwoven roll goods are classified under the following codes: 5602, which covers needlepunched and stitchbonded roll goods and other felts that are not impregnated, laminated or coated; 5603, which covers all nonwovens, including impregnated, laminated, coated or sealed in different ranges (less than 25 gpsm, between 25-70 gpsm, between 70-150 gpsm and more than 150 gpsm); and 5911, which covers industrial and paper felts.
The products being imported by Brazil include thermal bond for coverstock applications, polyethylene spunbonded nonwovens for a range of markets, needlepunched paper felts, needlepunched synthetic leather for the shoe industry and aramid needlefelt.