Bookbinding and the Conservation of Books
A Dictionary of Descriptive Terminology

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1. The hides or skins in a tannery awaiting processing, or in some stage of processing into leather. 2. Paper pulp which has been beaten and refined, treated with sizing, color, filler, etc., and which after dilution is ready for sheet or web formation. 3. Paper, cloth, leather, etc., on hand in inventory. 4. Paper or other materials to be printed, especially paper for a particular printing job. 5. All of the books, manuscripts, etc., in a library. (17 , 42 , 74 , 363 )




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