Definition of Binder board
1. Noun. A cardboard used by bookbinders to make covers for books.
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Literary usage of Binder board
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1. Allen's Synonyms and Antonyms by Frederic Sturges Allen (1920)
"spec, cardboard, millboard, strawboard, binder's board. pastoral, n. 1. composition (contextual), eclogue; spec, idyl, bucolic (chiefly in pi.). 3. ..."
2. Elements of the Art of Assaying Metals: The First Containing the Theory, the by Johann Andreas Cramer (1741)
"The binder-Board, where the Muffle muft ... the f crew-bole 3 of which are in the binder-Board, to make the binder and the fore-Board draw towards each ..."
3. Industrial Arithmetic for Girls' Trade Schools by Mary Louise Gardner, Cleo Murtland (1910)
"From 1 sheet of binder's board 22" by 28", how many covers 5J" by 5^" can be cut? What is the cost of 1 cover if binder's board cost $1.25 per 1| dozen ..."
4. Industrial Arithmetic for Vocational Schools by Mary Louise Gardner, Cleo Murtland (1910)
"From 1 sheet of binder's board 22" by 28", how many covers 5J" by 5J" can be cut? What is the cost of 1 cover if binder's board cost $1.25 per 1| dozen ..."
5. Transactions of the ... Session of the American Institute of Homœopathy by American Institute of Homeopathy Session (1875)
"Pieces of binder's-board are then cut out, soaked in warm water, ... When the fracture is near either joint, the binder's-board should reach above or below ..."
6. Proceedings by Philadelphia County Medical Society (1885)
"The binder's-board splint was now soon abandoned and he was instructed to make constant efforts to move all the joints of his arm, forearm and hand. ..."
7. The Medical and Surgical Reporter (1890)
"I shall use this piece of binder's board to make a suitable splint. I bend up the edge of the board so as to make a complete support for the ulnar side of ..."