October, 2013 Electronic Magazine – What does it Mean? A-Z Tuesday, Oct 8 2013 

Binding Edge: Edge of text block that is attached by sewing or adhesive binding, etc.

Binding Margin (inner, gutter, or back margin): Margin where text block is attached: The distance between the binding edge of a printed page and the text area.
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E-Magazine Volume 12 Issue 4: Define Monday, Apr 1 2013 

Adhesive binding - Double-Fan: Hard type binding. Pages held together by adhesive/glue, applied first while binding edge is fanned in one direction, and second as finned in the opposite direction - may be notched. Meets library binding standard: ANSI/NISO/LIB Z39.78
Against the Grain: Folding, scoring, binding, or printing at right angles to the alignment of the fibers of the paper.
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June 2006, V5#6: Define Friday, Jan 30 2009 

Trim Edge (or Margin – also “Fore Edge”): The edge of the page (leaf) or a board opposite from but parallel to, its binding edge (i.e., opposite from its binding edge).

October 2004, V3#10: Define Wednesday, Jan 28 2009 

Tip in: A thin line of adhesive is applied along the edge of a leaf (usually along the binding edge), and the leaf is tipped onto another leaf (usually at the binding edge).  The openability of a tipped-in leaf will be somewhat restricted.

September 2003, V2#9: Define Thursday, Jan 15 2009 

Gutter Margin: Margin on the “inside” of a printed book page. When books are printed, the margin on the inside is usually larger to allow for easy book handling. We assure your gutter margin when making plates for printing, free of charge.

From: ANSI/NISO/LBI STANDARD FOR LIBRARY BINDING – (inner margin, gutter margin, back margin)  The distance between the binding edge of a printed page and the printed area.