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pasteboard

[′pāst‚bȯrd]
(materials)
A type of thin cardboard made from gluing together two or more sheets of paper.
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She has the most ravishing violet eyes.' He mentioned that they had thoughtfully returned the ashes of their executed Party comrades to their womenfolk in pasteboard cartons.
In addition, the company collects, sorts, and recycles materials such as paper, pasteboard, cardboard, foil, wood, polystyrene, portable batteries, bio waste and scrap at its stores..
It was a pasteboard "C-suite" feminist look -- pastel-toned sheath dresses; structured bags conjuring Celine or Prada, but often made of vinyl; pumps and flats that closely imitated higher-end shoes (including Chanels).
Take for example a little building fashioned out of pasteboard and photographed in such a way as to look like a real castle.
Some of the extremely large "elephant rifle" cartridges (12, 10, 8, 6 and 4 bore) commonly used pasteboard cases with attached brass bases.
His painful awareness of the contrast between the banality of most ecclesiastical furnishings since the 19th Century and the timeless beauty of the Latin liturgy informs the opening scene of his second book, The Anathemata, where the priest celebrates Mass --between the sterile ornaments under the pasteboard baldachins.
Beth knows that her imaginings are carefully wrought, a "pasteboard scene of flora and fauna" that she scrutinizes to see if there's a way for her companion to "function as a character" within it.
And that is perhaps the most striking thing about this heifer qua prop: whether its legs are stiff or limp, whether it has moving parts or not, whether it is fully 3-D or merely flat pasteboard, it is one of a group of large animal properties on the 1598 inventory.
recyclable materials shall mean material which has been source-separated or commingled with similar materials and can be reused or processed into a form suitable for reuse through reprocessing or remanufacture, and includes paper, newsprint, printed matter, pasteboard, paper containers, cardboard, glass, aluminum, pet and other plastics, beverage containers, and other such materials designated as recyclables or any other agency with jurisdiction.
The box is plain brown pasteboard with black-ink printing, tough but not heavy.
Thus, all five were used in the same pasteboard of the same folio binding.
For CT examination, the falcon was loosely wrapped in a towel that covered its eyes and placed in a pasteboard box between 2 rolled-up towels.