poster paper

poster paper

[′pōs·tər ‚pā·pər]
(materials)
A strong, waterproofed paper used for billboard poster work; it is white or colored with nonfading pigments, and does not curl when paste is applied to it.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Made by one of the seniors, it was constructed of Lakes' royal blue colored poster paper with painted letters held to the wall with black duct tape.
Instead, post the flyers on oversized neon poster paper and place them at major intersections where your dog has been lost or sighted.
Each group should also have a large sheet of poster paper and a set of coloured markers.
Last month, more than 200 national public and private sector innovators from higher education, industry, and technology joined the White House and the Department at roundtables, at white boards, and over big sheets of poster paper to brainstorm creative ideas to improve postsecondary education.
Poster paper presenters from Kent State University (KSU) were among several research teams at ALA sharing the first data coming out of trials with patron-driven access ebook lending models.
Students are aware they are responsible for the following criteria: a clear "wanted" heading stating their name or nickname; a written description or blurb explaining who they are, why they are wanted and who wants them; a self-portrait; and using as much space as possible on the poster paper.
Repeat steps 1 to 10 using a circle created from poster paper.
All posters must be on a half-sheet of poster paper, 22-by-14 inches.
The original ads were printed on 20- by 26-inch poster paper for display in dealerships.
With four production lines, RPML has a presence in product segments such as Newsprint, creamwove paper, duplex board and poster paper; however currently the production is largely dominated by newsprint segment (more than 85%).