|NOUN || cardboard | - |
|SYNO ||cardboard | composition board | unlifelike|
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
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- Cardboard cutouts have occasionally been used to combat non-health related attendance issues.
- Cardboard ticket with a microchip for a certain time or number of trips. The cardboard ticket is valid for three months from the date of purchase.
- Simpele has a cardboard factory owned by Metsä Board. It also produced paper until 2010. It is one of Europe's most productive cardboard factories.
- Ready-to-assemble giant cardboard blocks have also recently appeared on the market: due to their size they are sold as flat cardboard sheets that are then assembled into big building blocks.
- Wiig retired to the Lier, Norway region, where he founded a cardboard and paper factory, Stiklen cardboard and paper factory, which had around 25 employees circa 1880.
- Cardboard City is its own self-contained city made of cardboard that exists somewhere deep in the Creek. Its inhabitants consist solely of children who dress in and play with cardboard.
- One of the popular events is the Lake Anne Cardboard Regatta, hosted by the Reston Museum. During this event, teams create life sized cardboard boats and compete in various races.
- The texts are bound manually in cardboard covers that have been hand-painted as well.
- In 2013, Mattress Firm became the national sponsor for the Global Cardboard Challenge, and collected cardboard and craft supplies at point of sale and then delivered them to American kids participating in the Cardboard Challenge.
- Most types of cardboard are recyclable. Boards that are laminates, wax coated, or treated for wet-strength are often more difficult to recycle.
- A Japanese research team found that the effect of humidity on cardboard differs depending on how it is dispersed. Ultrasonic mist reduces the wet strength of cardboard more so than nano-mist.
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