See also:term in bibliography and printing, with reference either to the
See also:size of paper employed, or of the
See also:book, or to the pagination . In the phrase " in
See also:folio " it means a
See also:sheet of paper folded once, and thus a book bound up in sheets thus folded is a book of the largest size and is known as a " folio " (see BIBLIOGRAPHY) . Similarly, " folio " is one of the sizes of paper adapted to be thus folded (see PAPER) . In book-keeping the word is used for a page in a
See also:ledger on which the
See also:credit and debtor account is written; in
See also:law-writing, for a fixed number of words in a legal document, used for measurement of the length and for the addition of
See also:costs . In
See also:Great Britain, a "folio "is taken to contain 72 words, except in
See also:parliamentary and
See also:chancery documents, when the number is 9o .
FOLIGNO (anc. Fulginiae, q.v.)
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