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A book having a flexible paper binding.

pa′per·back′, pa′per·backed′ adj.
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Adj.1.paperbacked - (of books) having a flexible binding
bound - secured with a cover or binding; often used as a combining form; "bound volumes"; "leather-bound volumes"


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Note: Applique templates are printed reversed and without seam allowance, except seam allowances indicated by dashed lines that will be caught in border seam, to use with paperbacked fusible web.
The sanding treatment was performed with a Costa wide-belt sander equipped with silicon carbide close-coat paperbacked sanding belts.
Novels, collections of short fiction, paperbacked poetry.
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3] The evolution of chaff from early paperbacked aluminum foil, to thin strips of metallic aluminum, to silvered nylon and eventually to aluminized glass is a fascinating story.