Definition of Manila paper
1. Noun. A strong paper or thin cardboard with a smooth light brown finish made from e.g. Manila hemp.
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Literary usage of Manila paper
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1. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"They show, for example, that highly colored butter, manila paper, chrome yellow paint, the nitrogen tungsten lamp and the carbon arc light are all of about ..."
2. The New International Encyclopædia edited by Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby (1903)
"manila paper. Originally the wrapping paper called manila paper was made of manila hemp, jute, old rope, and other substances having a strong fibre. ..."
3. The Kindergarten Guide: An Illustrated Hand-book, Designed for the Self by Maria Kraus-Boelte, John Kraus (1881)
"A package containing 20 leaves of strong manila paper, for mounting the cut figures, net $0.12. No. 857. A book of continuous folding sheets for mounting ..."
4. Digest of Decisions Under the Interstate Commerce Act, from 1908 by Herbert Confield Lust, Ralph Merriam (1913)
"manila paper Folders. (a) On manila paper filing folders In less than carloads from Chicago, 1ll., to Portland, Ore., a rate of $3 per 100 Ibs. was charged. ..."
5. Commercial Catalogue Compiling: "How to "build" a Catalogue" by Seymour W. Waterhouse (1916)
"To make a neater finish on this side, a sheet of 60-pound manila paper, by> inches can be pasted, covering the margins of the cloth-lined paper with the ..."
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