Recent Examples of laminated from the Web
There is ample knee and legroom in the back seat, and the panoramic laminated glass moon roof extends over the rear passengers.
Kathy Grzelak, the new chief of Kaleidoscope 4 Kids, the group that served Verna's family, keeps a laminated prayer card from the girl's funeral pinned to her office bulletin board — a reminder of her organization's painful failures.
In 1916, Shields formed Napco, which manufactured waterproof glue for laminated wood used in American, British, Italian and French airplanes during World War I. Shields claim to fame, however, was his invention of Barbasol shaving cream in 1918.
On the wall is a laminated piece of paper listing the jobs required each week.
There is even a vigilante-style Twitter account, @placardabuse, that posts dozens of pictures a day of illegally parked cars with the laminated cards in the window.
Ruben Rincon and some friends have started removing laminated floors and looking for anything that can be salvaged at his Houston home.
The hotel also added laminated glass, which also keeps unwanted sound out.
But Savit said landlords are eligible to have their homes retrofitted with laminated windows and new heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems to meet noise and pollution standards for homes near airports.
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Definition of laminated for Students
- laminated wood
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