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tear sheet

 (târ)
n.
A page cut or torn from a periodical and used chiefly to provide evidence to an advertiser of the publication of an advertisement.

tear sheet

(tɛə)
n
1. (Journalism & Publishing) a page in a newspaper or periodical that is cut or perforated so that it can be easily torn out

tear′ sheet`

(tɛər)
n.
a page torn from a magazine or journal.
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Noun1.tear sheet - a sheet that can be easily torn out of a publication
piece of paper, sheet of paper, sheet - paper used for writing or printing
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The bar that had its heyday also in the '90s had rainbow-colored Slinkys and confetti while one wall was papered with magazine tear sheets, including one of supermodel Cindy Crawford blowing a kiss for Revlon.
Tenders are invited for printing of view book, transfer guide, postcards, posters & tear sheets.
It includes nearly 200 scores, many meticulously annotated, as well as twenty-two monographs and an impressive collection of signed photographs and tear sheets from the Metropolitan Opera.
Through the Salesforce Financial Services Cloud's client profile, advisors will be able to see all of their clients' information in one place -- including instant access to tear sheets, financial accounts and goals.
I had a binder full of tear sheets on home design when I was 9," she says.
Most floral designers agree that a bride should arrive for a first meeting armed with lots of tear sheets from magazines showing examples of flowers that she particularly likes and dislikes.
I do ask for tear sheets from print media, and we scan and save tear sheets in a folder, but the tear sheets are for our bookkeeper as proof of publication.
Product specifications and tear sheets are available for download, including a dedicated page for architects with access to architectural cabinet specs.
I'd also advise not to completely disregard the traditional cork board as, covered with pretty pins, inspirational tear sheets and vintage postcards, it can be a work of art in its own right if put together properly.
The platform helps community newspaper publishers by maintaining an ad archiving system, online proofs, electronic tear sheets and e-mail communication tools.
From there you entered the meth lab proper: a table with tubing and glass spheres eerily lit from below and piles of cold-medicine boxes (pseudoephedrine being a primary ingredient of methamphetamine) fabricated by the artists, giant stacks of magazines, a lofted area displaying a collage of Fangoria magazine tear sheets, and other visuals that gave the look of chaos and clutter.
Whenever you collect all your tear sheets and your references and all that, to see everything come to life, it's just really, really amazing and fun.