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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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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.
For the first time, the Folios grouped the playwright's work into comedies, tragedies and histories.
Master Roll Register in DFC size , 200 Folios L/P, Rexin Binding
The TabMate series of universal folios features a patent pending design that allows it to hold nearly any tablet in the 7"-8" or 8.
There was the further "discovery" of single digits 6 and 7 on six1 folios (including the number 6 on V&A 1508-1883 I.
91 lakh retail folios over the past six months, the highest since September 2012.
Hence, TEI fully supports the work of the publications section and its efforts to modernize, streamline, and update its guidance through the issuance of folios on pertinent technical topics.
The Logitech FabricSkin Keyboard Folio is expected to be available for a suggested retail price of USD149.
For folios that meant a work of reference, theology, or highly regarded ancient authors .
Folio Institutional, based in Mclean, Virginia, has teamed up with Alliance Benefit Group Carolinas, a retirement plan recordkeeping and administration firm, to launch the Web-based Folio(k) platform.
The world knows of the folios, but the collector dreams above all of landing a quarto.
I HAVE recently bought a folio of watercolour prints depicting scenes on the Mersey before World War I, about 1912 or 1913 perhaps.