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Originally Posted By: zmjezhdMay be quiro stands for the right hand?
In which language? Not in Latin (dexter) or Greek (δεξιος deksios); those words a related to Sanskrit dakshina 'right hand; south'. (There was an ancient Roman god of war named Quirinus, after whom the Quirinal Hill is named.)
must be related to / confused with recto and verso and quires and all that paginated kind of stuff.
-joe (or not) friday
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