Quire


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Quire

A unit equivalent to 24 sheets of paper.
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3) Booklet 3 = quires 7-12, but the first of these might be construed as an independent booklet: as elsewhere in the manuscript, Dygon began the text, here the single item 2, and wrote all of the first quire before surrendering the copying to a second scribe.
The shortage of paper became so acute that in 1943 Quill and Quire, in a flight of fancy, declared that the Canadian book trade was anxiously awaiting the return from overseas of its two vital raw materials: "the young writer and the young woodsman.
The finalists were selected by Stuart Woods, editor of Quill & Quire and head judge for this year's event.
The addition of VOYA and Quill and Quire provide fresh perspectives on literature, enabling patrons to make informed decisions on what they check out of the library.
To win, simply call 0901 490 2980 and leave your answer, along with your name, address, daytime telephone number and the size of T-shir t you re quire.
This would undoubtedly re quire establishing a "World Tax Court" empowered to punish violators of the international tax code.
The Princess's son and daughter-in-law, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, took their seats for the private royal funeral, held in the chapel's ornate Quire.
Historically, PLAs have been designed to promote harmony and offer more predictability in construction work, particularly on projects that re quire a massive number of contractors and workers or when time is a crucial factor.
20 miscellany when it was still combined at least with the folios now in Harley 78: (11) on folios 49-57 of Additional 34360 the Hammond scribe copied Chaucer's 'Complaint Unto Pity' (IMEV 2756), with Shirley's introduction from Harley 78 copied almost word for word, and the anonymous 'Complaint to His Lady' (IMEV 3414) from the folios now surviving in Harley 78, which was originally part of the thirteenth quire of Shirley's volume.
The measure would apply to both profit and nonprofit organizations and would quire that such groups identify why they are collecting information in advance of the collection.
This brings one straight to the codicology of the manuscript, written entirely, excepting two quires, on paper in folio fold (what I will call quire 3 is paper in quarto, and my quire 5 membrane).