One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The rebinding of a book; an example of this.
1930s. From French remboîtage rebinding of a book from remboîter to rebind (a book) (1874; 1306 in Old French in sense ‘to hide (a thing) away’, 1549 in sense ‘to restore (a deformed object) back to its proper form’ from re- + emboîter: see emboîtement) + -age.
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