American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The process or craft of making paper.
- n. The craft of making paper
- n. the craft of making paper
“The main papermaking centers were in the areas of what is now Veracruz, Morelos, Guerrero, Puebla, Hidalgo, and Oaxaca.”
“Finland's reliance on imports, which come mainly from Russia and supply 15 percent of all power, make the country vulnerable because of its energy-intensive industries such as papermaking and winters where temperatures in the north can remain below freezing for six months, supporters of the building program say.”
“—For a while, it looked like northern New Hampshire's papermaking heritage was gone for good.”
“The new empire also needed Arabic versions of texts on geometry, engineering and arithmetic; it clashed with the Chinese, and from prisoners learned the art of papermaking.”
“He has been in charge of teaching papermaking, paper crafts, bookbinding; designing tools and equipment for such workshops; and researching on and disseminating information on matters related to such topics.”
“Apilado has had seminars on papermaking, book arts and conservation here and abroad.”
“After a series of transactions, a company called NewPage formed and grew to operate 16 papermaking machines at mills in six states and Nova Scotia, Canada.”
“Paper manufacturer Stora Enso Oyj closed production at the mill in 2008, and Google saw the opportunity to fill the structure with the technology that contributed to the demise of papermaking in Hamina.”
“True to its message, the show ends with photographs of both artists, displayed across the room from a case containing pigments, brushes and papermaking tools.”
“He has written extensively on the history of papermaking in England and America.”
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