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WRAPPERS
SEVERAL SHEETS
INDIVIDUAL SHEETS
PILLOW
THREE SHEETS
SHEET FORMS
QUILTS
PILLOWS
BLANKETS
PILLOW CASES
FULL SHEETS
SINGLE SHEETS
DRAWING SHEETS
INFORMATION SHEETS
SURFACE CAP SHEETS
PLASTIC SHEETS
TOWELS
EXPRESSING STYLE SHEETS
MINIATURE SHEETS
CHARACTER SHEETS
AIR LETTER SHEETS
CONTINENTAL ICE SHEETS
SOUVENIR SHEETS
LARGE SHEETS
XSLT STYLE SHEET
XSLT STYLE SHEETS
FACT SHEETS
STYLE SHEETS
CASCADING STYLE SHEETS
CIVILIANS
PLYWOOD
WOOD
GRAPHENE
BIOTITE
COMFORTERS
MANUFACTURE
WOOL
WOVEN
YARNS
SKIN
MEMBRANES
FLASHING
SURFACE
GRANITE
BEDSPREADS
DRESSES
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    This Review contains major "Sheets"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. The sheets was folded to the size of a blue border, and gummed flaps were used to seal the sheet. (Web site)
  2. Sheets are not perforated.
  3. Sheets is of course Eric Haber's screen name.
  4. The sheets were printed in larger sheets of 180 divided into three panes of 60 labels.
  5. The sheets were then pasted together at the fold to make a codex with alternate openings of printed and blank pairs of pages. (Web site)

Wrappers

  1. Wrappers are sheets of paper with imprinted stamps. (Web site)

Several Sheets

  1. This means that some of the polyhedra turn out very large, and take several sheets of paper. (Web site)

Individual Sheets

  1. The fibres surround the individual sheets of liver cells (hepatocytes) and are the only fibrous connective tissue component supporting the cells. (Web site)

Pillow

  1. Exporting and supplying of home furnishing textiles such as bed linens, cotton bed linens, bed covers, bed sheets, pillow covers and cotton bed covers. (Web site)
  2. Deals in supply home furnishing textiles that includes bed sheets, curtains, cushion covers, pillow covers and bed pillow covers. (Web site)

Three Sheets

  1. Three sheets to the wind - On a three-masted ship, having the sheets of the three lower courses loose will result in the ship meandering aimlessly downwind. (Web site)

Sheet Forms

  1. For canal surfaces one sheet forms a curve and the other sheet is a surface; For cones, cylinders, toruses and cyclides both sheets form curves. (Web site)

Quilts

  1. Engaged in the supply and sourcing of furnishing fabric that includes embroidered cushion covers, quilts, curtains, table wares and cotton bed sheets. (Web site)

Pillows

  1. Dust mites thrive in soiled blankets, sheets, mattresses, and pillows. (Web site)

Blankets

  1. Coverings, such as sheets and blankets, that are ordinarily used on a bed.

Pillow Cases

  1. Home Furnishings: Carpets, curtains, draperies, sheets and pillow cases.

Full Sheets

  1. Canceled To Order: Stamps are "canceled to order," usually in full sheets, by many governments.

Single Sheets

  1. Most illuminated manuscripts were created as codices, although many illuminated manuscripts were rolls or single sheets.

Drawing Sheets

  1. Thus, the drawing sheets (if drawings are included) must comply with the following requirements of Sec. (Web site)
  2. Following the Abstract is a single line that indicates the number of claims in the patent and how many Drawing Sheets it contains.

Information Sheets

  1. This organization publishes information sheets on specific allergies and offers a number for referrals to allergists in local areas.

Surface Cap Sheets

  1. Mineral Granules: opaque, natural, or synthetically colored aggregate commonly used to surface cap sheets, granule-surfaced sheets, and roofing shingles.
  2. Granule: A small aggregate, naturally or synthetically colored, used to surface cap sheets, shingles, and other granule-surfaced roof coverings.

Plastic Sheets

  1. You can make your own with absorbent paper and plastic sheets and some big books for weight. (Web site)
  2. If you choose a photo album be aware that the plastic sheets may stick down to the stamps and that they may discolor the stamps over time. (Web site)

Towels

  1. Fully furnished including even curtains, bed sheets, towels, soaps, detergent, everything. (Web site)
  2. Also deals in bed sheets, towels, fancy embroidered sarees, grey cloth, lungis, cotton printed fabrics and blouse pieces.
  3. Fabric De-Crease™ can be used on all water-safe fabrics, including: clothing, sheets, towels, rugs, sheers and draperies. (Web site)

Expressing Style Sheets

  1. CSS, the style sheet language, is applicable to XML as it is to HTML. XSL is the advanced language for expressing style sheets. (Web site)

Miniature Sheets

  1. The miniature sheets are most often produced in addition to the same designs issued as single stamps.
  2. Comprising of stamps, covers, colour trials,Miniature sheets, cover carried through different mails were on display. (Web site)
  3. These six stamp designs were offered in gummed and self adhesive forms, as well as booklets, FDCs, miniature sheets, maximum cards and Presentation Pack.

Character Sheets

  1. The box set contains the rulebook; a cover sheet with the back cover blurb reprinted; character sheets; 2 sheets of 8 cut-outs depicting various magic items. (Web site)
  2. Character sheets for a game are usually found within the game's main rulebook, and permission is almost always given for players to photocopy this sheet.

Air Letter Sheets

  1. Aerogramme: Air letter sheets, usually carried for less than the normal airmail rates. (Web site)

Continental Ice Sheets

  1. All that remains of the continental ice sheets are the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets. (Web site)

Souvenir Sheets

  1. Souvenir sheets typically include additional artwork or information printed on the selvage (border surrounding the stamps).
  2. Our focus is on topically-oriented stamps, souvenir sheets, postal stationery and pictorial cancels. (Web site)
  3. Includes Unused, sheets & souvenir sheets. (Web site)

Large Sheets

  1. A modern daily newspaper is generally printed on large sheets of paper, usually on a thin, somewhat rough paper known as newsprint. (Web site)
  2. Latex clothing is generally made from large sheets of latex which are delivered in rolls. (Web site)
  3. Biotite is occasionally found in large sheets, especially in pegmatite veins, as in New England, Virginia and North Carolina. (Web site)

Xslt Style Sheet

  1. Microsoft recently released an XSLT style sheet that updates Internet Explorer 5 XSL style sheets to XSLT-compliant style sheets. (Web site)

Xslt Style Sheets

  1. Embedding XML documents and XSLT style sheets as data islands in HTML. Using the DOM to modify an XSLT style sheet dynamically.

Fact Sheets

  1. According to Agriculture and Food Canada, there are a number of fact sheets available about the Canadian Agriculture Industry.

Style Sheets

  1. If this property is not set, the XslTransform class will use the relative path of the supplied XSLT style sheet to resolve any included style sheets.
  2. This section presents a few style sheets that define page description languages (compared to most other style sheet meant to pretty print source files). (Web site)

Cascading Style Sheets

  1. HTML with cascading style sheets (HTMLCSS) provides higher fidelity output, but it requires an HTML 3.0 compliant browser that supports style sheets. (Web site)
  2. CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is a language for describing the rendering of HTML and XML documents on screen, on paper, in speech, etc. (Web site)
  3. SCREEM has more than just the usual HTML tags, with features for including Javascript, PHP, cascading style sheets, etc within your site. (Web site)

Civilians

  1. Known as air letter sheets, they took up much less space then regular letters, and by August the use of these sheets was extended to civilians. (Web site)

Plywood

  1. Plywood is a wood product manufactured out of many sheets of veneer, or plies, pressed together and glued, with their grains going in opposite directions.
  2. Wall sheathing: Sheets of plywood, gypsum board or other material nailed to the outside face of studs as a base for exterior siding. (Web site)
  3. Baidarka plans include full size templates (tape the sheets together and mark your plywood by punching through the paper) and detailed instructions.

Wood

  1. Veneer is a thin layer of wood applied in sheets over underlying layers of wood, plywood or particleboard.
  2. Inflatable boats may have rubber floors, either plain or inflatable, or they may include steel, wood or aluminium sheets for rigidity. (Web site)

Graphene

  1. A theoretical model of plasmaron interactions in graphene, sheets of carbon one atom thick. (Web site)

Biotite

  1. When biotite is found in large chunks, they are called “books” because it resembles a book with pages of many sheets. (Web site)
  2. Like other mica minerals, biotite has a highly perfect basal cleavage, and consists of flexible sheets, or lamellae, which easily flake off. (Web site)
  3. Biotite is a very unique mineral that can be easily broken apart into very thin sheets.

Comforters

  1. Offering a wide selection in quilts, comforters, duvet covers, sheets, curtains, and more.
  2. Find comforters, duvets, bedding, sheets, pillows, rugs, candles and much more.

Manufacture

  1. Design and manufacture of bed sheets, quilt covers, tablecloths, bath towels and window curtains.
  2. We manufacture and export designer ladies salwar kameez, kurtis, bed sheets, bed covers, cushion covers, Indian handicraft and fashion jwellery.

Wool

  1. Batting or padding, cotton or wool prepared in sheets for quilting or interlining. (Web site)

Woven

  1. Coordinated sets of bed sheets, and quilt and pillow covers, from woven and knitted, dyed and printed fabrics.

Yarns

  1. Canada. Importers of textile fabrics, bed sheets, and yarns. (Web site)
  2. Also, polyester chips, films and sheets, yarns, and engineering plastics for industrial end uses.

Skin

  1. In some cases, the blisters merge together into sheets, forming a confluent rash, which begin to detach the outer layers of skin from the underlying flesh. (Web site)
  2. Some textile fabrics are employed in bedding applications (such as sheets and other bedding articles) and the like that may contact the skin directly. (Web site)

Membranes

  1. The cell layers are arranged in thin sheets, called membranes, that are firmly attached to the underlying connective tissue by a permeable basement membrane. (Web site)

Flashing

  1. Horizontal joints between stacked sheets of plywood siding use something called Z flashing to keep water out.
  2. Flashing a change in roof slope usually involves copper sheets 8 or 10 feet in length.

Surface

  1. Brown Recluse spiders generally bite when trapped between the skin and another surface such as bed sheets.
  2. Shitajiki may be used just as a surface for writing on single sheets of paper as well.
  3. But as you swim up away from the surface, say as far as the thickness of three sheets of paper, you notice that the air is going full speed.

Granite

  1. Taken from the ground in blocks roughly shaped like train cars, the granite is sliced into sheets about one inch thick and polished on one side. (Web site)
  2. Exfoliation causes rock, such as granite, to weather in large, thin sheets.

Bedspreads

  1. You may find fine piece-dyed, Jacquard and printed bed linens, including sheets, duvet covers, comforters, quilts, pillow cases, and bedspreads. (Web site)
  2. Related items include sheets, pillowcases, mattresses, blankets, comforters, and bedspreads.

Dresses

  1. Uses: Dresses, women's and children's, sportswear, aprons, and sheets.

Categories

  1. Recreation > Hobbies > Collecting > Stamps
  2. Sheet
  3. Printed
  4. Nature > Matter > Materials > Paper
  5. Rolls

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