gummed label


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n gummed label an adhesive label
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In literature:

Passers-by shall no longer see them gumming on the labels, making the bags, sorting the flasks, and corking the phials.
"Rise and Fall of Cesar Birotteau" by Honore de Balzac
Thick gum-water, to cement the labels to the specimens.
"Narrative of a Survey of the Intertropical and Western Coasts of Australia] [Volume 2 of 2]" by Phillip Parker King
If this is done the mucilage or gum on the labels when purchased will be found usually to stick well.
"A Library Primer" by John Cotton Dana
Its stops were of all shapes and sizes, and their character was indicated by paper labels gummed underneath.
"The Argosy" by Various
All he lacked to go on the wagon was an address tag and a "Prepaid" label gummed on his tummy.
"Torchy and Vee" by Sewell Ford
She wrote out labels at her desk and gummed them on the trunks.
"Betty Vivian" by L. T. Meade
Piles of loose cigarettes and gummed labels are before him.
"The Pearl of the Antilles, or An Artist in Cuba" by Walter Goodman
Luggage labels that are thickly gummed at the back furnish a good adhesive surface.
"Finger Prints" by Francis Galton
Gummed labels, India ink.
"Pottery, for Artists Craftsmen & Teachers" by George J. Cox
Much objection exists to these gummed labels, because it is claimed that they come off very easily and the work soon has to be done over again.
"Library Bookbinding" by Arthur Low Bailey

In news:

Be on the alert, Cigarettes will soon carry new warning labels that feature photos of rotting teeth and gums, diseased lungs, and a corpse of a smoker .

In science:

The p-values are given in the order of pasy , pmc , and prand , whose labeling is as in Table 3. B.G. = black gums, C.A. = Carolina ashes, and B.C. = bald cypresses.
New Cell-Specific and Overall Tests of Spatial Interaction Based on Nearest Neighbor Contingency Tables