An inclosing frame; a casing; as, a door case; a window case.
To cover or protect with, or as with, a case; to inclose.
Boards, spine and cover made separately from the text block.
Comprises the base and the cover. The case can be common to one or more meters.
The outer covering of the computer.
A cover that is made complete before it is affixed to a volume.
the housing or outer covering of something; "the clock has a walnut case"
bed linen consisting of a cover for a pillow; "the burglar carried his loot in a pillowcase"
a written description of an organization (or any of its parts), covering all or some of its aspects for a certain period of time
cover consisting of two boards, a hollow and a cover material
The covers of a Hardback (casebound) book. Usually made of cloth or similar material and boards.
Protective covers or binding of a book consisting of a front and back board and spine
Case refers to what covers a hardcover book. It is made of board that is wrapped with some material. That material may be paper that is printed (printed casewrap), Kivar or a B-grade cloth. [Back
The outer enclosure of a book, whose primary functional duty is to protect the text block. It is also commonly referred to as the "cover".
The entire outer cover of a hardcover book including the boards and spine.
The cover of a clothbound book. (See binding)
Daguerreotype cases are made from a variety of materials. The most common cases are made of wood covered with tooled leather or embossed paper. In 1854, thermal plastic union cases, noted for elaborate designs, came into use.
The covers of a hard bound book.
Covers and spine that, as a unit, enclose the pages of a casebound book.
An economical form of binding. The front and back boards, together with the covering material to which they are stuck, form a cover for the sewn sections (often associated with edition bindings).
external body or cover of the drawer, usually formed from one piece of steel.
In bookbinding, the covers of a hardbound book.
Boards and spine of the book
A bindery term used to describe the covers of a hardbound book.
The stiff covers of a hardbound book.
In bookbinding, the hard covers of a casebound book.