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in·ter·leaf

 (ĭn′tər-lēf′)
n. pl. in·ter·leaves (-lēvz′)
A blank leaf inserted between the regular pages of a book.

interleaf

(ˈɪntəˌliːf)
n, pl -leaves
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a blank leaf inserted between the leaves of a book

in•ter•leaf

(ˈɪn tərˌlif)

n., pl. -leaves (-ˌlivz)
an additional leaf, usu. blank, inserted between the printed leaves of a book, as to separate chapters or provide room for a reader's notes.
[1735–45]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.interleaf - a blank leaf inserted between the leaves of a book
folio, leaf - a sheet of any written or printed material (especially in a manuscript or book)
Translations
proklad

interleaf

nleeres Zwischenblatt
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Ellertson has earlier been chairman of the board of hVivo plc, Peoplefluent Inc., Gomez Inc., S1 Corporation, Danka Office Imaging Company, and Interleaf Corporation.
Due to the interleaf fiction, the leaf spring has significant hysteresis characteristics and its dynamic stiffness is changing along with the deformation [2, 3], which might be much larger than the static stiffness.
In multi-leaf composite leaf spring, the interleaf spring friction causes damage.
Tanimoto, "Suppression of interlaminar damage in carbon/epoxy laminates by use of interleaf layers," Scripta Metallurgica et Materiala, vol.
The interleaf wrinkling issue was getting to the point where it was transferring defects into the rubber sheet.
Giza, "I went to work for electronic publishing software maker, Interleaf. I went with Paul English (future KAYAK cofounder and chief technology Officer) to Boston Light Software -- it made website development software -- that was acquired by Intuit.
Whereas the Bush poem above underscores the present and its relationship to the immediate future, the interleaf insists on a long-term perspective.
S-Tagger is a conversion tool for converting FrameMaker and Interleaf files into a format that can easily be edited and translated in MS Word using Translator's Workbench.
The filters would be connected by a perforated edge or in an interleaf fashion similar to the method used by pop up tissues manufacturers, while those in saucer style packs would simply be one upon another.
That's just bizarre given that the power of programming structured docs was proved even before Word was invented, with the old technical documentation word processor created by Interleaf (where I worked for eight years).
A paper feed option is available for both GS and GSII models for incorporating an interleaf between individual product pieces.
Users of all News 2000 models can choose from four plate-loading options: feed tray, semiautomatic loader (no interleaf removal), single-cassette autoloader (interleaf removal) and multiple-cassette autoloader (maximum of three cassettes and interleaf removal).