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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 Most of the quire structure in MS Royal 17 A.
The manuscript, in quires of ten, was copied by three scribes; however, it appears from its description that the three collaborated only in the first part (or fascicule) of the manuscript, quires 1-7, containing the Catiline.
This scribe began his text at a major textual division, the treatment of the Seven Deadly Sins, within quire 2.
The quire of Newcastle Cathedral; right, the Newcastle artist and
The Prince of Wales arrives at 10.50am and all in the Quire stand as he is escorted to the Quire.
However, as Bishop Quire spokes these words, one of the women sitting by me, remarks, 'You're the big people; you just talking it.
The first two quires at their regular length of ten leaves could accommodate the Parts discretely: the ten leaves in quire 1 were sufficient to contain the Preface completely and Part 1 nearly completely (with the exception of the last fourteen lines), and the ten leaves of quire 2 could be devoted completely to Part 2, except for the top half of the first leaf.
The Quire Sans typeface is the newest design from Monotype Imaging Holdings Inc.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-July 9, 2014-Monotype introduces Quire Sans typeface
From left are Anna Quire, Robert Lennox, Rebekah Hayes and Nathan Bibbon of After Adoption, who are planning their picnic
(A) SPIRE (12) IN SPIRE (B) SKIRTS (5) OUT SKIRTS (C) VALID (9) IN VALID (D) DUCT (1) IN DUCT (E) GOING (17) OUT GOING (F) FRACTION (2) IN FRACTION (G) DOES (20) OUT DOES (H) BREAK (14) OUT BREAK (I) QUIRE (18) IN QUIRE (J) NUMBER (3) OUT NUMBER (K) TACT (19) IN TACT (L) HABIT (4) IN HABIT (M) FIT (6) OUT FIT (N) SMART (15) OUT SMART (0) BORN (7) IN BORN (P) RAGE (8) OUT RAGE (Q) STANCE (10) IN STANCE (R) LINE (11) OUT LINE (S) CRY (13) OUT CRY (T) FANCY (16) IN FANCY BONUS #1: TAKE / IN TAKE / OUT TAKE BONUS #2: LET / IN LET / OUT LET STEVE KAHAN
CAROLS FOR QUIRE FROM THE OLD & NEW WORLD VOLUME 2