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Make a second fold 5 centimetres above the first.
Open the paper flat and cut along the fold.
the soft folds of the curtain
Her elegant legs were hidden in the folds of her skirt.
folds of fat flesh
The village is hidden in a deep fold of the hills.
He is now firmly back in the conservative fold.
Emily longed to return to the family fold.
We are hoping that these policies will bring reluctant voters back to the fold.
Many Western Marxists left the Communist fold in the 1970s.