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half-leather

noun

  1. a type of half-binding in which the backs and corners of a book are bound in leather


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The natives manage to hop over it now and then; they are about half leather anyhow, and the other half appetite.

If bound substantially in good half-leather, with leather corners, the cost is reckoned at 1s.

The natives manage to hop over it now and then; they are about half leather, anyhow, and the other half appetite.

It was a ledger with a half-leather binding such as storekeepers use for accounts.

Cloth must be used for sides of all books bound in half-leather or half-duck.

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