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casebound

(ˈkeɪsˌbaʊnd)
adj
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) another word for hardback
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Tenders are invited for Digital printing and binding casebound books.
A Fine Line: The Beginning is available in eBook, Perfect Bound Softcover and Casebound Hardcover.
The two CDs in this casebound book release feature a selection of rare remixes and B-sides, as well as a 2014 solo version of Bronski Beat's 1984 debut hit Smalltown Boy.
Casebound is another word for what in book publishing?
The book has taken three years to complete and is A4 size, hardback, casebound and sewn and is being produced as a limited edition of 1,000.
Offering the same content as the fourth edition (revised in 1999), this casebound 50th anniversary edition includes a foreword by White's stepson, plus a brief overview of the book's history by White himself, written for the introduction to the 1979 edition.
Lawyers & Judges Publishing (Tucson, AZ) has published "Forensic Biomechanics," a casebound reference that explains the role of biomechanics, the mechanics of the living body, in accident and injury cases.
STUDIES OF THE FEMALE NUDE by Andre Dienes (1931885397) is published in a limited first edition of 4,000 casebound copies; so run, don't walk, to get yours--especially if you're a college-level art library.
Spink & Son Ltd, London 1999 218 pages, casebound 25.
The press's commitment to the work of women extends all the way to its choice of typesetting fonts--all typefaces used in these nine casebound books that make up the first round, for example, were designed by women:
Chicago, IL, 1991, 500 pages, including eight appendices and two indices, $150, casebound 8-1/2" x 11" desk reference.