"Hastings, Tom N" wrote:
> Separately cut sheets of an opaque material whose coating [on both sides]
> is designed to minimize the spread of liquid inks
Many inkjet papers don't have a coating at all, right? I hate to
quibble, but how about:
Separately cut sheets of an opaque material that can be printed on
both sides and is designed to minimize the spread of liquid inks
^^^^ could also be "coated"
This makes it truly generic with regards to coating - the glossy and
matte types can be used to specify a particular finish.
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