Hardness and Compressibility: Hardness is the property of paper that causes it to resist indentation by another material. Normally a soft cooked pulp will produce soft paper and vice-versa. Compressibility is defined as the reciprocal of the bulk modulus. It can be measured under static load by determining the change in caliper of the sheet under and expressing the results as a function of pressure.
A paper with a relatively high opacity at 96% and above will have almost no show- through from printing on the reverse side or the sheet below. Selecting a paper with high opacity is specially important if the printing includes solid block of colors, bold type and heavy coverage.
Zero SpanTensile Strength (Paper): This provide an idea of tensile strength of fiber and not the strength of fiber bonding. The gauge length of the tensile strength measuring instrument is set to zero so the failure is by fiber rapture only. It is measured with a strip of paper but mainly a pulp property.
(1) Point of Order(ranked)
(3) Objection to the Consideration of a Question
(4) Suspending the Rules
(5) Division of a Question
(6) Division of the Assembly
(7) Motion on Voting
(8) Motions Relating to Nominations
(9) Consideration by Paragraph or Seriatim
(10) Requests and Inquiries:(a) Reading Papers
(b) Withdrawing or Modifying a Motion
(c) Parliamentary Inquiry
(d) Point of Information
(e) Request to Be Excused from a Duty
(f) Request for Any Other Privilege
There is a distinct difference between requirements andspecifications. A requirement is a condition needed by a user to solve aproblem or achieve an objective. A specification is a document that specifies,in a complete, precise, verifiable manner, the requirements, design, behavior,or other characteristics of a system, and often, the procedures for determiningwhether these provisions have been satisfied. For example, a requirement for acar could be that the maximum speed to be at least 120mph. The specificationfor this requirement would include technical information about specific designaspects. Another term that is commonly seen in books and papers is requirementsspecification which is a document that specifies the requirements for a systemor component. It includes functional requirements, performance requirements,interface requirements, design requirements, and developement standards. So therequirements specification is simply the requirements written down on paper.