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  • noun A plastic bag used to package a number of things together, but especially one used to package small supplementary publications that would otherwise fall out of a newspaper or magazine

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Examples

  • This family-sized "polybag" digester was built in Chimborazo, Ecuador, in August.

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  • This family-sized "polybag" digester was built in Chimborazo, Ecuador, in August.

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  • Each comes packaged in a polybag with header card.

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  • BenMetcalfe onlineMost B2B magazines are wrappers for advertising: just engaging enough to persuade those receiving it to open the polybag and skim through the contents, but not so interesting to alienate advertisers or be expensive to commission Have trade magazines got a shelf life?

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  • Once you have the item secured to a backboard, and then enrobed in a polybag, you really shouldn't leave it out in the light.

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  • It just so happens that it's my OWN personal copy, which I never got around to reading so it's FINE, I mean never-been-read-mint-in-polybag fine, ya dig?

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  • The team involved in the project assessed the shipping carton, shipgroup tray, polybag and the thermoformed HDPE cushions used in the packaging.

    21 posts from April 2008

  • Once you have the item secured to a backboard, and then enrobed in a polybag, you really shouldn't leave it out in the light.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • It just so happens that it's my OWN personal copy, which I never got around to reading so it's FINE, I mean never-been-read-mint-in-polybag fine, ya dig?

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • He linked to the text here and it includes all the expected protestations about how newspapers are just fine – really, they are, really – and how there are wondrous innovations in print advertising shape and polybag ads, post-it notes, “we prints,” shingle spadeas, scented ads, taste-it ads, glow-in-the-dark, belly bands and temporary tattoos!

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