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Under prison policy, hardbound publications, other than legal or religious publications, that are larger than 8 ½ x 11 or more than two inches thick are not allowed.
On the conference table lay Regan’s personal copy of his yearbook: the 1977 edition from Mill Lane Junior High in New York, its green hardbound cover darkened by grime.
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HARDBOUND Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hardbound for English Language Learners
of a book : having a stiff or hard cover
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