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bond paper

n.
A superior grade of strong white paper made wholly or in part from rag pulp.

bond paper

n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a superior quality of strong white paper, used esp for writing and typing

bond′ pa`per


n.
a superior variety of paper usu. with high cotton fiber content, used esp. for stationery. Also called bond.
[1875–80]
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Noun1.bond paper - a superior quality of strong durable white writing paper; originally made for printing documents
writing paper - paper material made into thin sheets that are sized to take ink; used for writing correspondence and manuscripts
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Therefore, it is his right to waste bond paper and ink.
They were then shown how to select a font as well as change its point size, so that they would arrive at a letter large enough lo fill an 8 1/2" x 11" sheets of bond paper.
But Mexico's Ministry of Economy upheld a nearly 12% duty on bond paper imports.
Her company's new Tradition Bond paper is 10 percent hemp, 10 percent esparto grass, 60 percent agricultural by-products (like cotton and flax), and 20 percent post-consumer recycled fibers.
We recycle used bond paper by running it through an office-sized shredder as the first step in making our pulp.
HP's color printer also provides laser-quality output on plain bond paper, transparencies and glossy paper.
market by Engineering Document Systems, will produce up to 22 "A" size prints per minute or 14 "B" size prints per minute from any microfilm, including cartridges, on to plain bond paper.
Good 24-pound white bond paper with black ink is a good choice.
The National Council of the Paper Industry for Air and Stream Improvement (NCASI), a research arm of the American Paper Institute, found TCDD in paper towels, paper plates, bond paper, coffee filters, the coated packaging used for frozen foods and the uncoated packaging used for such things as cereal boxes.