American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A trademark used for a thin strong polyester film.
- n. a thin polyester film
“Handling monthly comics like 1,000-year-old parchments before sealing them away in Mylar bags may be common practice among a segment of the audience (particularly those of a certain age).”
“We're not saying that you should wrap these objects in Mylar and lock them away in temperature-controlled storage.”
“The drawings are on Mylar, which is a plastic sheeting material that may be affected over the years by changes in temperature.”
“Since people ask, it can be pronounced to rhyme with either "Mylar" or "dialer.”
“The Getty Center was all hand-drawn - all ink on Mylar.”
“Everyone is trying to get by with less," said Frank Mylar, an attorney for the county.”
“On Thursday, a new exhibition of four site-specific pieces in titanium, aluminum, Mylar and Bakelite will open at Gary Snyder Gallery in Chelsea.”
“And the problem is even more fundamental than that, Gold argued: the beautiful Mylar blades of Cosmos 1, or 2, will be too splendid to function, period.”
“The stores that sold cheap aluminum teakettles, Chinese notebooks, and plastic flowers were bursting with gigantic red Mylar bows and potted poinsettias.”
“Get those lazy lout civil servants at NASA to send up to geosynchronous orbit a huge foil backed Mylar film mirror and deploy it.”
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