pulpboard


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pulpboard

(ˈpʌlpˌbɔːd)
n
a type of board made from wood pulp
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pulpboard

nZellstoffpappe f
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The Mobe-Aisle showcases packaging alternatives using pulpboard, fiber, cotton, card, paper, glass, metal and other biomaterials.
(95) His inspectors and their assistants, who searched printshops and binderies several times a year, should have ensured that the cancelled pages were sent to a board-manufacturer, to be made into pasteboard or pulpboard. Instead, the cancels were kept for several months at least, and then used (carelessly or by design) in such a way that the condemned text could easily be read.
Canton Victory was loaded with rolls of pulpboard each measuring four feet wide and three to five feet long.