June 2015 Magazine – Define Saturday, Jun 6 2015 

Footband/Headband (also header/footer or head/tail in binding): A strip of embroidered cloth at the end (top/bottom) of the spine, extending beyond the book block. Optional ALA element included in Gregath deluxe binding.

*Fore Edge (or Margin)

Terms marked with an asterisk (*) are not generally used in our office.

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For other writing, printing, publishing, marketing lingo, check our glossaries at
http://www.gregathcomany.com/info/dictionary and
http://www.gregathcompany.com/info/dictionary/writers.html

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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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For other writing, printing, publishing, marketing lingo, check our glossaries at
http://www.gregathcomany.com/info/dictionary and
http://www.gregathcompany.com/info/dictionary/writers.html

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E-Magazine Volume 12 Issue 5: Production Thursday, May 2 2013 

Standard hard binding prices assume books bound on the long edge, however books can be bound on the short edge for as little as $1.00 extra (paper grain running parallel to binding edge).

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This section is drawn from http://www.gregathcompany.com/binding/hb

October 2006, V5 #10: Define Friday, Mar 20 2009 

Tail: The bottom edge of a leaf, board, or bound volume; that is, the surface on which a volume rests when shelved upright.

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For other printing, publishing, marketing lingo, check our glossary at http://www.gregathcompany.com/gloss.html

September 2006, V5 #9: Define Friday, Mar 20 2009 

Shoulder (joint, ridge, flange): Formed when a text block is backed. During this process the outermost leaves on both sides are bent out at 45 degrees along the binding edge. The ridge that is formed by this process, on either side of the spine, is the shoulder.

June 2006, V5#6: Design Friday, Jan 30 2009 

While text that is justified at both right and left margins has a tidier effect, text that is justified on the left with a ragged right is actually easier to read.  This is due to the fact that all spacing is uniform and no words are broken to wrap onto the next line.  Both of these devices, though allowing uniform right and left edges, slow the reader’s eye down as the brain processes these differences.

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).

January 2006, V5#1: Define Thursday, Jan 29 2009 

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.

August 2005, V4#8: Define Thursday, Jan 29 2009 

Bleed: A printed image that extends beyond the trim edge of a sheet of paper.

July 2005, V4#7: Define Thursday, Jan 29 2009 

*Backbone: Center edge of a book perpendicular to and between its covers.

*Backing up: Printing a sheet after one side has already been printed.

* = general jargon that it not standard lingo at The Gregath Publishing Company

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