The strips of metal usually made hard steel, on the outer edges of the running surface of skis or snowboards.
The three exposed outer edges of the leaves (top, fore-edge, and tail). The fore-edge is the edge opposite the spine or bound edge.
The external (paper) surfaces of a book; the edges of the leaves. An edge which is left uneven is uncut. It may be termed deckled, or feathered. A smoothly cut (guillotined) edge is sometimes decorated with gilt, or printed in a marbled pattern. Edges are identified by top, fore and bottom.
In book assembly and publishing, a term that denotes the three outer sides of the text block of a closed book. These include the fore edge, top edge (head), and bottom edge (foot). See also FRONT GAUFFERED EDGES TEXT BLOCK UNCUT
The outermost surfaces of the pages or leaves of a book. See also gilt edges, deckle edges, gauffering, marbled and uncut edges.
a.) Fore -- the edge to the right when facing the book b.) Top -- the edge at the top of the book c.) Tail -- the edge at the bottom of the book.
The outer surfaces of the leaves of a book.
the outer surfaces of the books pages.
The cut edges of a book
The top, side, and bottom page edges of the book. The edge opposite the spine is commonly called the fore edge. The top edge can be plain or decorated with either a gold leaf finish (gilt) or have a dull paint finish. Finished edges help keep dust out of the pages.
The length of metal that runs down each side of the snowboard.
The three outer sides of the text block when a book is closed: fore edge, top edge or head, and bottom edge or foot.
Profiles that run from the side cutter head in a moulder.
The three unbound sides of the text block: the top (or head), the bottom (or foot) and the fore edge.
the outer surfaces of the pages of a book
The three cut sides of a book-block
The extremities of the pages. Head, tail and fore-edge. The fore-edge being the side opposite the spine.