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  • n. Plural form of bookshelf.

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Examples

  • Built-in bookshelves holding the great works of Western humanism lined the walls.

    Death Becomes Him

  • Getting that book onto bookshelves is another significant financial hurdle that self-publishers/vanity press writers don't realize is necessary when they get started.

    msagara: A question about vanity press publications and bookstores

  • There are built-in bookshelves, an alarm system and a one-car garage with a workbench.

    Florida community feels ripple effects as paperwork issues stall foreclosures

  • I would love to have a small, cozy, sunny room, lined with built in bookshelves (I saw some in ikea that I really want) with comfy couch next to a table with a coffee machine, and a day bed next to the window (so I have a choice).

    Angels' Pawn is out! Psst...something cool in the post [Edited]

  • The porch is mostly windows, but they built-in bookshelves in the narrow spaces between the eight windows that encircle the rectangular space, and, well, it's just lovely.

    Day in the Life of an Idiot

  • Now we have light and exercise, we have built in bookshelves, three bedrooms and two full baths — though not with bathtubs.

    Changes and Vicissitudes of the Unexamined Life « Unknowing

  • I love Peter Dickinson, particularly his older works, so it was fun to meet someone else who was also disappointed by how few of them are kept in American bookshelves my store doesn't have any of them, not even King And Joker or The Dancing Bear, which I read at the library a long time ago and, when I discovered that I couldn't buy it at the store, was tempted to steal.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • There aren't many fresh breezes blowin 'around the bookshelves is what I'm saying.

    Book Review Brouhaha

  • That picture of the empty bookshelves is utterly HAUNTING ....

    Getting under the covers

  • As everything, blog evolves, new appetite comes, and your readers will always be happy to meet you either online, in bookshelves, in news, in a library (Shakespeare or somewhere else …

    Q&A #2

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