- n. Plural form of library.
“Create a mirror of all libraries (using symbolic links) in [SystemDrive]: \libraries.”
“Increasing the number of books in libraries is a great idea but certainly won't go far to teach kids how to read or foster a love of reading in today's youth.”
“Kidder discusses his new book, Strength in What Remains, as well as his ideal vision for libraries - and you will want to hear what he calls libraries and librarians”
“Picasa, a free photo editing program that also lets shutterbugs manage their ever expanding photo libraries, is a speedy wonder that zips through huge collections of photos in seconds.”
“Works by or about William Faulkner in libraries (WorldCat catalog)”
“All religious books on the top shelf in libraries, anyone care to predict the next step?”
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“Had he been born fifty years later, Andrew Carnegie, the poor Scotch boy, might have risen to be president of his union, or of a federation of unions; but that he would never have become the builder of Homestead and the founder of multitudinous libraries, is as certain as it is certain that some other man would have developed the steel industry had Andrew Carnegie never been born.”
“It is not possible to find the same comprehensive collection of works that was available at Derrida ` s and Heidegger ` s websites either in libraries or in bookstores in Argentina, says Potel.”
“Who wants to control a womans body; who wants to dictate what books are available in libraries; who 'defines' marriage between a man and a woman?”
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