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cardstock

[kahrd-stok] /ˈkɑrdˌstɒk/
noun
1.
paper stock stiff enough for the printing of business cards and similar uses.
Origin
card1 + stock
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  • These cards are often made from cardstock and use various dyes, textiles, and even electronics for music or mini-lights.
  • Make photocopies of the blank map of the world onto cardstock paper, one for each student or team of students.
  • Suggested reprogramming of a system to allow printing renewals and permits on regular paper instead of perforated cardstock.
  • Production began with the delivery of large sheets of corrugated cardstock loaded on pallets.
  • Distribute cardstock and have students volunteer to make labeling sign to be placed in the garden.
  • These maps are printed regular paper and are packaged in a cardstock folder.

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