typing paper


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Noun1.typing paper - writing paper suitable for use in a typewritertyping paper - writing paper suitable for use in a typewriter
flimsy, onionskin - a thin strong lightweight translucent paper used especially for making carbon copies
writing paper - paper material made into thin sheets that are sized to take ink; used for writing correspondence and manuscripts
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Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the Employee Benefits Security Administration (EBSA) -- have tried to wiggle the limit, by, for example, letting SBC creators fill two sides of four standard sheets of typing paper.
Though the Apple iPad -- a tablet computer the size of a sheet of typing paper, weighing not much more than that -- may not have ended 2010 as the "savior of the daily newspaper" (as some fanboys had predicted), publishers are adopting the platform and it looks to be a good bet.
Approximately half of the content is printed in a juvenile-style typeface on lined and plain typing paper to appeal to children.
Use paper that is soft and easy to fold, such as typing paper or tablet paper.
The painting is only 8 by 11 inches, about the size of a sheet of typing paper.
newsprint or typing paper, pencils, rulers, colored pencils, compass, Scratch Lite Film or Scratch Board, or white or black construction paper, Scratch Art[R] tools
A state prison inmate brought an in forma pauperis [section] 1983 action against his cellmate, alleging that his cellmate caused his typing paper to be confiscated by prison officials.
The umpire's strike zone was about as big as a piece of typing paper,'' Wolverines' coach Terry Elledge said, laughing.
In place of massive canvases, reliefs, or bronzes, artists such as Tom Friedman have favored materials like typing paper, masking tape, and bubblegum; instead of crisp layouts, press type, Photostats, and various state-of-the-art advertising techniques, Raymond Pettibon has stuck to hand lettering and drawing on dog-eared or otherwise distressed sheets of paper.
The similar behavior found in newsprint, typing paper, and mylar sheets may also characterize other materials in different settings.
Some have handwritten additions, while others are copied onto the cheapest kind of typing paper.
To get started, take your flash Unit and camera into the darkroom along with a roll of electrical tape, some typing paper, 35-millimeter slide mounts, some thin opaque cardboard, a box of facial tissues, and an Exacto-type knife.