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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Noun1.bond paper - a superior quality of strong durable white writing paper; originally made for printing documents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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Contract awarded for 1) 83031029-white security bond paper 130 gsm plus/minus 5 percent with ir logo watermark-(running water mark by dandy roll specification- 02 inch diameter with 17 stars and should be visible) paper should be con;
Fold a sheet of bond paper in half crosswise, and cut into an irregular-shaped circle.
I even made a full bond paper pencil drawing of my favorite cartoon superhero then, UFO Grendaizer!
"For example, where is the opportunity to sell in smaller quantities, with better margins, to a customer who doesn't need or want to buy 500 sheets of fluorescent bond paper? Most suppliers cannot or will not manufacture paper in small-count packs that fit somewhere between the office superstore size and the dollar store size."
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. Their letter was highlighted and the outline feature was activated in the Quark's style palette.
But Mexico's Ministry of Economy upheld a nearly 12% duty on bond paper imports.
In February, Moran and her company Living Tree Paper Company in Eugene, Oregon, printed their magazine Talking Leaves on the "first 100 percent tree-free hemp content paper." 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.