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    Hi guys,

    Recently I was having a discussion about paper and paper sizes. We talked about A and SRA. And this made me wondering and I have been looking for answers ever since. But sadly I can't find any documentation about this myself. So I was hoping you guys could help me out here:

    What do the SRA or RA or just the A stand for when it comes to paper sizes? I know it has something to do with oversized but I am really looking for the actual meaning.

    I hope someone has the final answer

    Thanks!

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      http://www.papersizes.org/ra-sra-untrimmed.htm
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