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quire

[kwīr]
(materials)
Twenty-five sheets of paper, or one-twentieth of a 500-sheet ream.
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Thirteenth-Century Section Quire 1: quire (4 sheets folded) + a bifolium/2 single leaves (52) Quire 2: quire (4 sheets folded), 11r Quire 3: quire (4 sheets folded), 19r Quire 4: quire (4 sheets folded), 27r Quire 5: quire (4 sheets folded), 35r Quire 6: quire (4 sheets folded), 43r Quire 7: quire (4 sheets folded), 51r Quire 8: quire (3 sheets folded), 59r Quire 9: quire (3 sheets folded), 65r Fifteenth-Century Section Quire 10: quire (4 sheets folded), 71r Quire 11: quire (4 sheets folded), 79r Quire 12: quire (3 sheets folded + 1 leaf+1 bifolium), 88r
Attended by a lady-in-waiting, the remarkable Royal matriarch arrived at the north nave door and was conducted to the quire.
1459 to 1461 Sanvito began to sign quires with letters of the alphabet (a system found in late Antique and Carolingian manuscripts) rather than using catchwords.
This scribe began his text at a major textual division, the treatment of the Seven Deadly Sins, within quire 2.
This shows that the manuscript originally consisted of at least eleven quires, of which A, B, and C are now lost (or twelve quires if preceded by a quire marked with a cross); there may have been others, now lost, following L.
3 quire,4 quire,5 quire,6 quire,Note Sheet Pad (Green),Note sheet pad (White),Rough Pad (Spiral Bindings) A4 Size,Rough Pad 1/8 size,
Meanwhile, Bishop Quire stresses the need for the United Methodist Church to set its priorities straight, explaining that the new strategy now is to create the kind of ministry that attracts people.
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTIONS WEE THINKER ACROSS: 7 Oranges 9 Andes 10 Gates 11 Alumnae 12 Vin 13 Old flame 16 Greenfly 17 Ran 19 Campari 21 Quire 22 Recto 23 Headset
Sophie Quire and the Last Storyguard (The Continuing Adventures of Peter Nimble, Book 2)
Find Sophie Quire, a 12-year-old book mender, and give her a rare and mysterious book.
AMONG THE grand features of the Cathedral and Metropolitical Church of Christ in Canterbury, England--its columns and arches, its quire and its crypt, its exquisite stained glass--are its many steps.
Written by author Mary Ellen Quire, this book will surely make you rethink the assumption that your pet sleeps all day or maybe even give you cause to consider the possibility that your local stray may not just be a vagrant looking for a good meal.