nonglossy

nonglossy

(ˌnɒnˈɡlɒsɪ)
adj
not glossy
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They were printed on nonglossy A4 paper so that the size of the face was approximately life-sized.
For color identification test, we used four pairs of color cards (8 color cards in total)' also been printed on nonglossy A4 paper.
Data were also recorded on leaf glossiness on a scale of I to 5 [1 = highly glossy (light green, shining, narrow, and erect leaves), and 5 = nonglossy (dark green, dull, broad, and drooping leaves)] (Sharma and Nwanze, 1997).
Membership application forms and other materials are printed in at least a 12 point font and with a nonglossy finish Yes [] No []
Many people use shredded nonglossy paper in mulch or compost, where it typically degrades in a single season.
Written information must be in large print on nonglossy paper (Edmund &Spain, 2003; Wagner, 2001).
Barnard, though all of them suffer by being printed on nonglossy paper.
Nonglossy photo-quality paper works well with photo greeting cards.
Shells from dead mussels were cleaned, dried, and sprayed with a nonglossy acrylic sealer to prevent the epidermis from flaking.
Moreover, the edition offers many quite readable nonglossy reproductions, including Brahms's postcard to Clara Schumann from September 1868, containing a texted, early version of the alphorn theme from the finale; the long-unavailable extensive melodic sketch Brahms made of the second movement in October 1876 to facilitate his last-minute revisions, discovered, along with a less-substantial sketch for the conclusion of the third movement, on the back of pasted-in corrections to the autograph of the op.