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Synonyms for foredge

the part of a book that faces inward when the book is shelved


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This new solution will be demonstrated in-line with a Saddle Finisher with Booklet Trimmer for a clean face-trim on the fore-edge.
Finally, the volume is augmented with a series of "annexes" covering such things as items unidentified by pressmarks in the loans lists and catalogues; lists of manuscripts bearing tables of contents, fore-edge titles, or title pages; and Cotton's bindings and binding instructions.
Reinforced Carbon-Carbon (RCC) panels--the heat-protecting material covering the fore-edges of the wings were replaced last summer--inspection and possible replacement of the panels are part of the Shuttle's usual landing overhaul procedure.
In Renaissance depictions of scholars' studies `typically, some books would be shown with their fore-edges out, others would have the top or bottom out, and still others would be leaning against a wall or a horizontal pile of books showing off a decorated front cover .