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    Three-Hole Drilling

    In binding and finishing, the drilling of three holes in finished press sheets, signatures, etc., as a emans of enabling them to be bound in a ring binder or post binder. Three-hole drilling, also known as three-hole punching, may also be performed on blank paper stock. See Drilling and Mechanical Binding.

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