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n. pl. sex·to·dec·i·mos
1. The page size of a book composed of printer's sheets folded into 16 leaves or 32 pages.
2. A book composed of sextodecimo pages. In both senses also called sixteenmo.
, pl -mos
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) bookbinding
another word for sixteenmo
[C17: from Latin sextusdecimus sixteenth]
six•teen•mo (ˈsɪksˈtin moʊ)
n., pl. -mos.
Also called sextodecimo.
a book size (about 4x6 in.; 10x15 cm) determined by printing on sheets folded to form 16 leaves or 32 pages.
2. a book of this size. Symbol: 16mo, 16°
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The second reports on monuments at Antwerp, and would appear to have been transmitted, folded to 16mo
format, inside an extant letter from Antwerp of 17 June 1611, when de Witt was on his way to Paris and ultimately Rome (where he died in 1622).
El tribunal de las damas was published in Madrid around 11 September 1755 in 16mo
with pages numbered 1-21.
Parameters 1 2 3 Sex F F M Race / ethnic group Bidayuh Malay C / Iban Age at diagnosis 6wk 12y 16mo
Presentation Episodic GTCS Recurrent cyanosis head febrile fit of lips aches 1 yr Syncope -- Y N Giddiness -- Y N Seizures N Y Y Palpitations -- N -- Cyanosis Y N N Warm sensation in -- N -- the chest Chest pain -- N -- Easy fatigability N N N Syndactyly N N N Structural cardiac N N Small ASD abnormality sec Deafness N N N FH/O unexplained Y-6 N N deaths of infants siblings FH/O unexplained N N N accidents FH/O drowning N N N accidents Drug history N N N Initial Q-Tc in ECG 0.