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The folded edge of paper at the head, tail, or fore-edge of a single sheet in an uncut book, known respectively as the head-bolt, tail-bolt, or fore-edge bolt. The folded edge at the back of a sheet is known as the back fold and is either sewn or glued to the other folded sheets (called "signatures") in the process of binding.

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