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Adj.1.deckled - having a rough edge; used of handmade paper or paper resembling handmade
bordered - having a border especially of a specified kind; sometimes used as a combining term; "black-bordered handkerchief"
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A comparison of the original die width to the internally and externally deckled dies is carried out by evaluating the flow characteristics such as velocity uniformity at the die exit and Residence Time Distribution (RTD) in the die flow channel.
A special gift edition of The Hunger Games was just released in time for holiday 2011: The Hunger Games Collector's Edition ($30, November 2011, ISBN: 978-0-545-40577-5) features an elegant foil slipcase with all-new Mockingjay artwork, the bestselling original novel with a cloth cover, foil stamping, and deckled edges.
I woke, and sank back, and you were lying on a desk, like a fancy deckled scalloped stationery envelope, and a letter was being pulled out, and put back and pulled out like those tabs in children's pop-up books, and the letter said isthmus , infundibulum, fimbria.
On the third day of that first hunt we deckled to hunt a section of the upper Smith Riverihat evening we spotted a good bull standing on a small island.
With each gift sent back, I wrote a different note on differently deckled notepaper but always to the effect that there were people bluntly evident to themselves in even their queerest of dreams, and there were people like us, who had to keep feeling ourselves out, looking for hints in all we had done, even when all we had done was discover that others had liked having us around only because our presence deepened their sense of having a place all to themselves.
Subaru UK supplied a fully deckled Subaru Impreza police vehicle for the event.
9) was carefully pieced together and also mended at the top with an integration of paper, and new outlines in pen and ink, all done most probably by its earliest owner, the collector Pierre-Jean Mariette (1694-1774), who skillfully restored drawings, and who moistened here the deckled fibres of the new paper in the upper border to blend it seamlessly with the original.