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Another Texan artist, Mychal Mitchell, of Austin, takes festival attendees on a trip to 14th-century Europe and earlier with her ancient bookbinding skills.
There are printmaking, bookbinding, letterpress and papermaking studios, which are operated and maintained by resident artists, volunteers and visiting artists.
Analyzing the leaf dimensions and bookbinding, among other things, the expert concluded that Ms. Parsons’s copy belonged to the Vatican, and that letter in the Vatican Library was a fake.
Try the School Excursion to India, a five-day R and R retreat in Jaipur that focuses on jewelry designing, bookbinding, and, during an optional Pushkar add-on, perfume making (October 2017).
Harry Potter has crawled far beyond his bookbindings and into seemingly every nook a boy wizard might cast his spell.
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BOOKBINDING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bookbinding for English Language Learners
: the process or job of attaching the pages of a book together inside a cover
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