Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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printed oily paper shapes

for transparency in a book or other /paper/journal/
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grease or oil applied to the pages in certain aeas where some transparency is needed, then fixed/sealed onto it with something,rather that cutting out the paper and putting in transparent plastic
technobadger, Feb 02 2002

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       Does paper that's been greased stay clear after it is dried? If it does then croissant (the companies who make the transparent paper/plastic won't like this idea though).
NeverDie, Feb 02 2002
  

       It does stay translucent for a long time - cheap windows used to have oiled paper in them; you couldn't really see out but you had some daylighting indoors.
hello_c, Feb 03 2002
  

       Some artists I know use that in their places
thumbwax, Jul 24 2002
  
      
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