The term loose leaf is used in the United States, Canada, and some other countries to describe a piece of notebook paper which isn’t actually fixed in a spiral notebook. In some places, like the United Kingdom, the phrase loose leaf refers more to the flexible system of storing loose pages in a binder than to the actual paper. Typically loose leaf paper has straight blue lines with pink margin lines.
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