doublure

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doublure

(dəˈblʊə; French dublyr)
n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a decorative lining of vellum or leather, etc, on the inside of a book cover
[C19: from French: lining, from Old French doubler to make double]

doublure

the lining of the covers of a book, often decorated, as with marbled papers, gold tooiing at the edges, etc.
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Notre strategie consiste a avoir des doublures dans chaque categorie afin de pouvoir disposer de plusieurs selections.
A significant feature of the Gordon collection is the use of fine leather bindings decorated with filets, doublures, and ornamental gold tooling executed by French master binders.
Si Torres a retrouve sa place de titulaire depuis, Alvaro Negredo et Fernando Llorente sont voues a jouer les doublures.
Reproducing the spines, and even details of some doublures and text-block edge treatments, would have given a better idea of the tout ensemble than the descriptive text on its own.
Islamic bindings often had doublures (linings) of paper, leather or fabric pasted onto the inner face of the upper and lower boards and overlapping the adjacent flyleaf" (Turner 1996: 356).
Duncan is easily cowed by the intrusion on his Manhattan summer of a wealthy aunt, whose pushy insistence on his help in ordering a complete edition of Trollope's village novels bound in ooze morocco with moire doublures ruins Duncan's new romantic friendship.
La marginalisation de plusieurs joueurs du championnat a ete fatale, d'autant que le sept national avait besoin de doublures.
The book's contents are divided up according to the logical sequential stages of the construction of a leather-bound book, including: preliminary work; making the leather-jointed endpapers; edge treatment; preparing for sewing and sewing the text-block; rounding and backing; preparing and lacing the book boards; sewing the endbands (headband and tailband); spine linings, setting the slips (tapes); paring the cover; preparation for covering; covering; putting down leather-jointed endpapers; preparing the ground for doublures; and preparing and putting in leather doublures.
Il n'a pas trouve de bonnes doublures pour suppleer aux absences [beaucoup plus grand que], estime-t-il.
Sans deux attaquants de metier, il devra preparer deux bonnes doublures pour ne pas se contenter de subir dans le stade des Martyrs.
J'ai voulu mettre en place une nouvelle strategie pour avoir une equipe riche en doublures.