from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A smooth-surfaced heavy paper or light cardboard used especially for making stencils, cutouts, and posters.
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- noun Internet A small
message boardon a webpage, usually located in the sidebar, where visitors can leave a name and short message.
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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I tried [div id = "tagboard"], [div], [div id = "tag"] and so on, yadda yadda yadda, until I FINALLY realized that I could put it directly under and PREV and NEXT links ... and it worked!
Between the layers of apples a colored "tagboard" paper, size 17¼ by 11 or 20 by 9¾, according to the box used, is laid so as to make the layers come out right at the top.
I've read that the recipe book gathered some vitriolic discussion over on RA's tagboard over some missing ingredients in some recipes, well-intentioned people simply using the book for fame and glory, the usual defeatist comments that seems all too common in our country.
So Kari brought tagboard and markers and a hole-punch and yarn to the rehearsal, and each of the bridesmaids made a sign for her back reading, "This is SOMETHING INTERESTING ..." and then a fun fact about herself or the two of us together.
They put the model together as they ate, occasionally getting grease on the tagboard, gesturing with chopsticks.
She rummaged through the sheets of glossy tagboard left in the box, finally producing one printed with human outlines.
It was just a tagboard cutout, and the original was locked away under a rune of constraint that would hold, she hoped, forever.
Because Tom was lifting out sheets of thick, glossy tagboard, printed in colors so vibrant they glowed.
“Here he is,” Summer said, picking up the last sheet of stiff tagboard from the box.
Coloring the paper dolls was fun, too, the Crayola wax sliding richly onto the stiff matte tagboard.