soft-bound

soft-bound

adj
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) publishing (of a book) having a thin cardboard, paper, or plastic cover
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soft-bound

[ˈsɒftbaʊnd] soft-cover [ˈsɒftkʌvəʳ] ADJ soft-bound booklibro m en rústica
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The title is available as a soft-bound book measuring 9 x 6 inches and contains 166 pages as well as a printed hardcopy and an instant download at smallbrickcity.
CLASSICS: | The Folio Society has just launched a new series of books called 'Folio Collectables', featuring beautifully coloured soft-bound covers and bold new designs of best-loved classics.
CLASSICS: The Folio Society has just launched a new series of books called 'Folio Collectables', featuring beautifully coloured soft-bound covers and bold new designs of best-loved classics.
Gallen" is an attractive soft-bound volume with many colour images.
A large, soft-bound, easy-to-handle book organized by season and team, it became an annual favorite for many baseball fans, and similar efforts followed for football and basketball.
The amount of research and detail found between the covers of these soft-bound volumes can't be found elsewhere.
The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art has published "Lasting Legacies: The First 75 Years," a 120-page, soft-bound catalog featuring selections from the museum's collections, many of which were featured in the 75th anniversary exhibition.
Written for students, "Mastering Civil Procedure" is a 630-page soft-bound book that is designed to be a practice guide to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, as well as related doctrines, including personal jurisdiction, subject matter jurisdiction, and claim and issue preclusion.
The larger-format, soft-bound second volume contains eighty-six musical examples drawn from late sixteenth-through the nineteenth-century sources published across a wide swath of Europe.
2 is a free software program available for download, providing tools to create photo books that can be shared online or printed as hard or soft-bound professional coffee table books.
The 'Writers and their Work' series, published by the British Council, has come a long way since those little soft-bound pamphlets of the 1960s which sought to pack the essential information about Shakespeare or Yeats into about fifty pages.
Editors' reply: The handbook you mention, Traveling Bolivia Through the Wonders of Weaving, by Kathy Barth and Tereza Oroza Garron, is a soft-bound boo& published in 2001.