Quire


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Quire

A unit equivalent to 24 sheets of paper.
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But the quire evidence suggests that the Sawles Warde booklet may have been requested when the volume was bound, because the scribal note is included at the end of this quire.
Moreover, he also had there materials, which he copied immediately following the contents of quire 2, leaves 1-2, that could have come either from leaf 8 or, thanks to the bit of finagle we have introduced in our initial formulation, from an odd column on an added slip (lines 2861459).
Scribe 3, engaged with Rolle's Incendium, seems, on the basis of his adjustment of quire size as his stint proceeded, to have decided to split his materials, BNF booklet 2, between two separate units, and his gradually more extensive quires allowed a few blank leaves at the end of his work with the Incendium.
The name, Quire Sans, derives from the word, quire a medieval printing term that can be traced back to the 15th century for a collection of printed leaves, folded and ready for manuscript binding.
Carols for Quire is a live recording of two Christmas concerts t Trinity Cathedral in Cleveland, Ohio in December 20102011.
As for Lucretius 1515, collation of our vellum cops (it's the basis of the map) with paper ones reveals that vellum quires * and q were also reset, presumably in the following year, when the Ovid was printed--despite the fact that (as you can see on q6r) "IANVARIO M.
To the soaring choral masterpiece I was Glad, by Sir Charles Hubert Hastings Parry, from Psalm 122, she will make the 3'-minute procession through the nave and quire to meet her prince.
These two multiscreen video installations will be permanently located at the end of the Quire aisles, flanking the High Altar of the Cathedral and the American Memorial Chapel where US Service men and women who gave their lives in the Second World War are commemorated.
A sampling of topics turns up birth and death statements, colophon, letterforms or allographs, primitive codicology and palaeography, quire, scribal etiquette, and vignette.
Indigo has not offered an explanation to any of the complaining publishing firms, according to Canada's Quill & Quire magazine.
Quire, a group of 60 singers from Colchester in Essex, will be performing songs from their debut CD, Pilgrim, and other hits at the Cathedral Church of St Philip in the city centre on October 20 from 7pm.
Like the city's plan to ac quire the West Side Rail Yards, the Moynihan Station plan has been a source of some controversy.