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    In book typography and production, any printed sheet that has been folded four times to yield sixteen leaves or thirty-two pages. Also called sextodecimo, and abbreviated 16-mo or 16o. Sixteenmo is also used to refer to the book size produced by folding pages in this manner (commonly 4 x 6 in.).

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