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verso

[′vər·sō]
(graphic arts)
A left-hand page in a book, usually carrying an even page number.
The side of a page that is to be read second.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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TOYOTA'S long awaited new Verso is about to hit the streets and with it comes a shock for customers - it's cheaper than the outgoing model.
One of the criticisms of previous Verso models has been noise inside.
At the top of the range, Verso Excel models come with newly designed 17-inch alloys and premium features including new leather seat bolsters, smart entry and start, roof rails and automatic headlights and windscreen wipers.
The Honda Jazz, Vauxhall Meriva and Citroen C3 Picasso are all tough acts to beat and with the most expensive Versos costing just short of pounds 17,000 it''s not cheap either.
The Verso has good body control though and is more pleasing to the driver than most cars of this type.
mirth of realizing, the instant one reads AMERICAN GOTHIC Or A SUNDAY AFTERNOON ON THE ISLAND OF LA GRAND JATTE on a label, that these are versos without rectos, and forgeries at that, the doubles are absorbing forensic documents, offering capsule histories of the transactional realities of ownership and transfer that frequently remain opaque.
B --aos quais se contrapoem os versos A' e B' (da segunda estrofe):