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Sewing:

Before sewing, the pages of a books must be pressed firmly, to expel air and also to crease the folds of the sheets. Books  are  to be trimmed before sewing. There are various styles of sewing. Stabbing is the most primitive of these. Oversewing (also called 'overcastting or whipstiching') was developed in the eighteenth century to hold heavy plate books together firmly. It is a method for making a series of sections, then sewing all  along them. Oversewing machines  are the mainstays of modern library binders.  

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