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1@A form of concertina-folded book *orihon Ü–{.

2@Abbreviation of houjou –@’Ÿ the living quarters of the chief priest in Zen Buddhist temples.

3@A unit for counting sheets of paper and other flat materials. One jou is 48 sheets of *minogami ”ü”ZŽ†, 20 sheets of *hanshi ”¼Ž†, and 10 sheets of dried laver nori ŒÐ.

4@Also written ô. A unit used to count folding screens *byoubu › •— before the 14c, when screens began to be counted in pairs sou ‘o.
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