The front and rear surface of a binding, but not the spine.
Outside surface of a golf ball. The cover may be one of any number of materials, Surlyn and balata being most common.
the front and back covering of a book; "the book had a leather binding"
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A cover typically refers to what is on the outside of a paperbound book. Sometimes you will hear the outside of a hardcover also referred to as a cover. In either case, it is what is on the outside of the text. Most paperbacks are 10 pt. stock. Budget Note: 90% of what is on your bookshelf has a 10 pt cover. Heavier cover stock is rarely needed and only adds to your cost. [Back
The binding that holds the leaves of the book together. It is usually made of heavy cardboard or a similar material. In order to withstand wear, the cardboard may be covered with another material.
The two hinged parts of a book binding, front and back, and the spine that joins them. (See also binding)
Thick paper that protects a publication and advertises its title. Parts of covers are often described as follows: Cover 1=outside front; Cover 2=inside front; Cover 3=inside back, Cover 4=outside back.
A book's outside skin. Book covers are classed as "hard" or "soft." The type of cover affects the kind of binding used.