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cloth·bound

 (klôth′bound′, klŏth′-)
adj.
Having a cover of thick paper boards covered with cloth. Used of a book.

clothbound

(ˈklɒθˌbaʊnd)
adj
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) (of a book) bound in stiff boards covered in cloth

cloth•bound

(ˈklɔθˈbaʊnd, ˈklɒθ-)

adj.
(of a book) bound with cloth rather than paper, leather, etc.
[1855–60]
Translations

clothbound

[ˈklɒθˌbaʊnd] ADJ clothbound booklibro m encuadernado en tela
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The University of Arkansas will place an, Initial clothbound and Paper back order 7,000 books .
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A clothbound collector's edition will also be prepared for subsequent release and part of the proceeds from the collector's edition will be donated to Autism Speaks, an advocacy organisation.
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The third section, Clothbound, features a huge range of work from embroidered 1570 hangings of Mary Queen of Scots to Ray Masterston's fantastic pieces from the 1990s.
The clothbound edition is published by Brill; the paperbound edition is published by the Society of Biblical Literature.
MIT Press (Cambridge, MA) has published "Heuristics and the Law," a clothbound book that accepts that neither lawbreakers nor law officers behave as the "hyper-rational beings postulated by rational choice," MIT said, and that our environment is fundamentally uncertain and characterized by an unmanageable degree of complexity.
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For fans of poetic melodrama, the Library of America collects 32 of Tennessee Williams's plays in a beautiful clothbound double-volume set.