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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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Folios proposals are accepted and reviewed on an ongoing basis.
Good condition with some scratched folios; 490 mm x 350 mm; seventy-nine folios with two flyleaves and three rear flyleaves; no index; incomplete Arabic pagination in black ink.
The new folio style cases are in response to the next generation Apple tablets launched in late October.
The FOLIO community is a group of libraries in international universities that are working together to optimize the library services to achieve better quality and cost competitiveness.
Shakespeare's First Folio: Four Centuries of an Iconic Book takes as its starting point the earliest recorded sale of the First Folio, to Sir Edward Dering on December 5, 1623.
Folios are numbers designated to individual investor accounts, though one investor can have multiple folios.
Published in 1623, the First Folio brought together the majority of Shakespeare's plays and without it there would be no copies of more than half of them, including Macbeth or The Tempest.
Emma Smith, professor of Shakespeare Studies at Oxford University, said her first reaction on being told Mount Stuart was claiming to have an original First Folio was: "Like hell they have."
For the first time, the Folios grouped the playwright's work into comedies, tragedies and histories.
tour of what's now referred to as the "First Folio," of which only 233 are believed still to be in existence, is stopping at one location in each state.
In 2011 the CSMVS, Mumbai, and the British Library, London, proposed a collaborative effort to reunite all known folios of this exceptional manuscript, both image and text, for the first time in almost 200 years.
The collection allows the users of almost any tablet in these two ranges to take use iLuv's cases and folios.