Bible paper


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Bible paper

Bible paper

n
1. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a thin tough opaque paper used for Bibles, prayer books, and reference books
2. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) (not in technical usage) another name for India paper
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They're marvellously compact, designed to be long lasting, printed with acid-free bible paper, durable binding cloth, and flexible but firm binding boards.
At a Portland Indymedia message board, someone quoted an anti-drug message they'd found on Freevibe: "EyeHeartJesus--Once I was asked to smoke a joint rolled in Bible paper.
The book's other useful features are its size (about A6) and the fact that it is printed on Bible paper, thus making it a small and light item to be included in one's pack.
Besides offset grades, the machine will produce copy and Bible paper grades.
Examples of such applications are Bible paper, security paper, laminating paper, auto-adhesive labels, flexible packaging etc.