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- n. Archaic form of bibliographer.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Bibliographer.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as bibliographer.
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To walk into KUMARS, survey the books on display and ask Kumar's advice was to enter a new world of bibliograph.
Delmas published an exhaustive appreciation in the "Etudes bibliograph.",
Graevius himself was by no means irreproachable in the matter of restoring borrowed books; Buchels, a Latin scholar and bibliograph of some merit, had a suspicious tendency to appropriate his master's goods; and Zamboni, had he lived in these days, would certainly have been prosecuted for criminal bankruptcy, if, indeed, the greater part of the transaction were not considered too dishonest to risk exposure.
Mr. Ticknor is, particularly, the best bibliograph I have met with, and very kindly and opportunely offered me the means of reprocuring some part of the literary treasures which I have ceded to Congress, to replace the devastations of British Vandalism at
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