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folio

1 a sheet of paper folded once to make two leaves and four pages.
2 a piece of paper of a certain size, normally 17 x 24 inches, with foolscap folio being 13 x 8 inches.
3 in legal usage mainly for charging purposes, a unit of measurement of the length of legal documents, determined by the number of words. The term sheet is also used in this technical sense of a page with a given number of words upon it.
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Matchbox will be the first private debt offering on the platform using the Regulation D Rule 506(c) offering exemption, and it is a great example of how an established local company with a strong public profile can use VIA Folio to secure growth capital," said Blaine McLaughlin, head of Folio's Private Capital Network.
The CEO Folio features interior pocket slots for business cards, credit cards, and ID, as well as a stylus holder and a slot for a Letter or Junior Legal size notepad.
Series 4 (Businesses), Folio 8 (Losses), which we recommend include guidance relating to self-help, in-house consolidations (or loss transfers) by corporate groups;
Also, the folios double as a stand, adapting to hold your tablet at the right angle for reading, viewing or playing games.
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Taking note of another paradox that developed in the era, Kastan points our that the editorial debates accumulated around the imagined "original Purity" of Shakespeare's text until a reprinting of the first folio in 1807 was greeted (sarcastically by some and sincerely by others) as "the true thing" (109).
No publisher devotes more attention to book design and production than The Folio Society.
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Richard Harp and Stanley Stewart's The Cambridge Companion to Ben Jonson covers a number of important subjects: Jonson's life and reception, his complex affiliations with London, Westminster, and Whitehall, his development as a playwright, his masques, his three volumes of poetry, his translations, his classicism, his 1616 Folio.
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