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    School-Book Perforating

    In binding and finishing, a perforation made parallel to the spine of a jaw fold in signatures produced for school workbooks. The perforation allows answer sections to be removed and passed in (or eaten by the student's dog, as the case may be), leaving the questions bound in the book.

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