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- n. A sheet of paper on which a carbon copy is typically made.
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The note "II fo., non surrexerunt" signifies that the second folio began with these words, and was used as the most convenient method of distinguishing two copies of the same book, for it would rarely happen that one scribe would begin the second sheet with the same word as another.
Mauney pulled a second sheet of paper from his case.