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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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In contrast, the two prose prefatory essays to CHT foreground and accept the relationship between the folio and the book trade.
Identifying the precise date of the entire collection has been difficult for three reasons: firstly, the lack of signatures and/or dates; secondly, the damage due to humidity; and lastly, the mutilation of a relevant number of folios that served as flyleaves and support for other codices written on paper.
The company offers two distinct products lines, one in nylon and one in leather that consists of a broad range of cases, messenger bags, sleeves, folios and backpacks for Apple MacBook, MacBook Pro and iPad models.
After the 2018-2019 season, "Madness" will not return to First Folio Theatre for five years.
team will work with EBSCO in supporting libraries across the region using FOLIO as their library services platform or looking to add FOLIO microservices or apps to their current systems.
After being exhibited in several venues in Slovakia, Last Folio has literally wandered around the world, from the Far East to Northern and Latin America, to post-Soviet countries and Europe.
Smith describes the production and reception of plays in Elizabethan and Jacobean times; the details of early seventeenth-century printing and publishing; how book purchasers and readers regarded copies of the First Folio; the early vicissitudes of Shakespeare's reputation; and his eventual lionization as the principal genius of English literature.
"These are many of the reasons why this acquisition made sense for Folio and Loyal3.
In November 2016, Folio acquired First Affirmative Financial Network, one of the nation's most prominent RIA firms specialising in sustainable, responsible and impact investing.
This year's strong shortlist of eight was comprised of four novels and four works of non-fiction, which were all nominated by members of the Folio Academy, a community of over 300 writers who represent excellence in literature.