from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Cardboard; pasteboard.
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- n. A thick paper, or thin cardboard
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a cardboard suitable for making posters
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Universal Music recently began using our REPAK, which is an all paperboard solution that uses both recycled and virgin paperboard, all 3rd-party certified board.
The packaging for the new toys is minimal plain paperboard packaging made from recycled materials.
Corrugated boxes are created simply from a special paperboard, which is called corrugated paperboard.
Gentlemen's Alliance bookmark, some kind of paperboard, and stuff (haven't opened it)
It is also an ideal press for label converters wanting to focus on niche applications such as paperboard packaging or textile transfer printing.
Already used by such companies as SanDisk the Natralock is made from sustainably sourced laminated recyclable paperboard which is combined with a clear APET or RPET thermoform to create a visible package that uses 50 to 60 percent less plastic on average than traditional PVC clamshell and is nearly impossible to tear apart by hand.
Put your wrapping paper meant for recycling into the bins marked "paperboard" at the drop-off locations (1901 63rd St., in Boulder; 140 Martin St., in Longmont).