an assembly of typeset matter, illustrations, etc, pasted on a sheet of paper or board and used as a guide or layout in the production of a publication
a sheet of paper or board on which are pasted artwork, typeset matter, etc, for photographing prior to making a printing plate another name for camera-ready copy
another name for collage (sense 1), collage (sense 2)
1930, from paste (v.) + up (adv.).
[pa-stur; French pah-stœr] /pæˈstɜr; French pɑˈstœr/ noun 1. Louis [loo-ee;; French lwee] /ˈlu i;; French lwi/ (Show IPA), 1822–95, French chemist and bacteriologist. /French pastœr/ noun 1. Louis (lwi). 1822–95, French chemist and bacteriologist. His discovery that the fermentation of milk and alcohol was caused by microorganisms resulted in the process of pasteurization. He also […]
noun 1. the inhibiting of fermentation by oxygen.
[pas-tuh-rel-uh] /ˌpæs təˈrɛl ə/ noun, plural pasteurellae [pas-tuh-rel-ee] /ˌpæs təˈrɛl i/ (Show IPA), pasteurellas. Bacteriology. 1. any of several rod-shaped bacteria of the genus Pasturella, certain species of which are parasitic and pathogenic for humans and animals. Pasteurella Pas·teu·rel·la (pās’chə-rěl’ə, pās’tə-) n. A genus of aerobic to facultatively anaerobic, nonmotile bacteria of the family Pastuerellaceae […]
- Pasteurella multocida
Pasteurella multocida Pasteurella mul·to·ci·da (mŭl’tō-sī’də) n. A bacterium that causes fowl cholera and hemorrhagic septicemia in warm-blooded animals.