Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of calender.

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  • adj. (of paper and fabric and leather) having a surface made smooth and glossy especially by pressing between rollers

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Examples

  • "A typical inspection application may use multiple laser sensors inspecting different zones of the product, such as calendered rubber, conveyor belts or tread extrusions," explains Dr. Walter Pastorius, LMI's technical marketing adviser and a 30-year veteran of the machine vision industry.

    The Gadgeteer

  • A typical inspection application may use multiple laser sensors inspecting different zones of the product, such as calendered rubber, conveyor belts or tread extrusions.

    The Gadgeteer

  • "calendered" (_calendé_) and has become quite stiff and dry, it is folded about the head of the purchaser after the comely

    Two Years in the French West Indies

  • The markets are now expecting some news regarding permanent capacity closures in super calendered and lightweight coated grades at UPM, so that will hopefully be the next step, she said.

    UPM Acquisitions Spur Nordic Paper Shares

  • Closely woven, round-thread not calendered or beetled; see chapter 15 linen, used mainly for embroidery, in plain weave.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • A soft, plain-weave linen or cotton fabric, calendered to give it luster, often used for dainty and delicate things such as handkerchiefs, underwear, aprons, and blouses, but it comes in heavier weights as well.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • Four pounds of this indigo to a gallon of water makes the requisite and universally used dye for garments, the better class of which are calendered by beating them with wooden hammers on stones.

    Southern Arabia

  • The cotton is plastered with indigo, even beyond the dye, and when calendered, as the clothes are when new, gleam purple and red.

    Southern Arabia

  • For this purpose, no thick or smooth calendered paper should be used, which falls out of any loosely bound book too readily -- but a thin soft paper un-sized, which will be apt to retain its place.

    A Book for All Readers An Aid to the Collection, Use, and Preservation of Books and the Formation of Public and Private Libraries

  • "Indeed," responded Mr. Damsel, "then what do you say to this?" and he handed Mr. Pinkerton two pieces of calendered white wrapping paper, showing the seals of the Adams Express Company upon it, the strings cut, but the paper still retaining the form of an oblong package.

    Jim Cummings Or, The Great Adams Express Robbery

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