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    Loop Stitching

    In binding and finishing, a form of saddle-stitching in which the staples used for binding are formed into semi-circular loops, allowing the publication to be inserted into a three-ring binder. Loop stitching eliminates the need for three-hole drilling. See Saddle-Stitching.

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