- n. alternative spelling of ex libris.
“Not only is it an ex-libris copy from Labor City ?”
“The primary purpose of Japanese ex-libris ownership stamps is to indicate the ownership of the books just like bookplates in Western countries.”
“For example, ex-libris stamps of only seven people are exhibited in the English version, while in the Japanese version there are 30.”
“Also in the Japanese version, there is a time-line, which is not available in the English version, and you can see the ex-libris stamps of the person if you click his/her name shown in the time-line.”
“They know that DRM-0 stands for not secured; DRM-1 is password protected, while DRM-2 contains an individual name like an ex-libris.”
“But with a digital ex-libris as a social DRM, the e-book world gets more civilised.”
“A lettered queen an ex-libris from papyri having been included in her library, she maintained diplomatic correspondence with the greatest sovereigns of her time.”
“Some talk of the vandalism of the collector of ex-libris, but they must remember that it is quite easy to remove a bookplate without injuring the volume, and there are many worthless books.”
“The larger is bound in as a frontispiece; the smaller (the ex-libris) is inserted at the beginning.”
“This event involves children from all over the UK to help young crew of the ex-libris to set up the first library on the moon.”
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