Like yacht and horse racing, wine making is a wildly expensive proposition, says Michael Mondavi, founder of folio Wines.
I allude to the following, which stands in my first folio, Act IV.
The Rector spoke with an obvious effort, got his hand off the page and closed the folio.
But the whole truth as regards the folio was not to be divulged yet.
I would not take my folio paper for this epistle, and now I repent it.
If the folio be followed, I read, vinew'd, that is mouldy leven.
Nor can we regard as aught other such terms as 'leaf' or 'folio,' which is also 'leaf.'
He left to posterity more than a thousand sermons, and the printed edition of all his works numbers twelve folio volumes.
He was seated at a table, and had a large old German folio open before him.
As there is no such word known in English as 'prenzie,' the 2nd folio read princely, Hanmer priestly, which Mr. Dyce adopts.
mid-15c., from Late Latin folio "leaf or sheet of paper," from Latin folio, ablative of folium "leaf," from PIE *bhulyom "leaf" (cf. Greek phyllon "leaf," Gaelic bile "leaflet, blossom"), from root *bhel- (2) "to blow, inflate, swell" (see bole). Ablative of location, because this was used in page references. Meaning "volume of the largest size" first attested 1620s.