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    Cloudy Formation

    Term (also referred to as "cloud effect") used to describe a paper's structure in which the cellulose fibers have bound together in an uneven manner throughout the sheet or web, also called a wild formation. (See Formation.) A uniform distribution of paper fibers is called a close formation.

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