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    In book typography, a sheet of paper printed as one page. A broadside folded once to produce four pages is called a folio. In commercial printing, a broadside is any work printed on a oversize sheet. A sheet containing text running sideways in relation to the rest of the pages in the book or document is called a backward broadside page.

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