The size of a book is generally measured by the height against the width of a leaf, or sometimes the height and width of its cover. A series of terms is commonly used by libraries and publishers for the general sizes of modern books, ranging from "folio" (the largest), to "quarto" (smaller) and "octavo" (still smaller). Historically, these terms referred to the format of the book, a technical term used by printers and bibliographers to indicate the size of a leaf in terms of the size of the original sheet.
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  • A Sharing Economy Strategy for Hotels?

    … folio, keeping everyone’s personal information secure. One drawback from this approach is that it will reduce your properties reported ADR. For hoteliers that use ADR as their primary measurement tool, that might put them off from attempting something like this. Thankfully, that is why we have RevPar. A property with a 50/50 split of single…

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