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tag·board

 (tăg′bôrd′)
n.
A smooth-surfaced heavy paper or light cardboard used especially for making stencils, cutouts, and posters. Also called oak tag.

[tag (perhaps because such paper or cardboard was used to make tags) + board.]

tagboard

(ˈtæɡbɔːd)
n
a type of cardboard used for making labels

tag•board

(ˈtægˌbɔrd, -ˌboʊrd)

n.
a strong cardboard suitable for making tags or posters.
[1900–05]
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Using a template I mark four rows of three targets each on a piece of 24" x 21" tag board, apply the labels, and I have a personalized target fitting my needs exactly.
I told them the art of collage lies in the selection and arrangement of the materials, and that the collages need to be personal and mean something to them as they laid out the leaves on the surface of the tag board.
Vice Chairman of TAG Board and Executive Director Mr.
htm), build tsunami-resistant structures out of Popsicle sticks, masking tape, and tag board.
The TAG board was also able to formulate, plan, and unanimously conclude the economic benefits that each TAG country member will gain through formation of TAG.
Students created a tissue-paper collage using warm colors by tearing tissue paper into small, irregular shapes and applying them to a lightweight tag board using thick paste--overlapping each piece of tissue just a bit at the edges.
From there I made four more patterns out of tag board and created a life size model of the tabs with paper.
The TAG Board members believe that this partnership will be mutually beneficial and will allow JEG to grow in its readership and therefore become an even more influential journal in the field.
One of the teenagers spent three hours colouring his tag board at home and said he was 'chuffed' at the result.
Grade 6-8 students brainstorm for important memories, create graphics or symbols for their most important memories, and construct a life map on tag board or construction paper, connecting drawings and captions of high and low points with a highway.
Materials: Large, 24-inch tag board circle; a basket that holds a collection of assorted plastic lids (fun felt, fun foam, or fabric circles of varying sizes also can be used).