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  • n. Plural form of e-library.


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  • But rather than offering fiction and other general works that users pay to download and read on pricey e-book devices, e-libraries are primarily collecting academic texts that readers can search and view via the Web on any PC.

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  • These firms are building digital collections of books, or e-libraries.

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  • Yet inside Pyongyang, there's a small but growing digital world, and a whole new vocabulary to go with it: CNC, e-libraries, IT, an operating system called Red Star and a Web portal called Naenara.

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  • Presently, the Institute is working to develop network of intellectual e-libraries.


  • "The seminar covered activities of e-libraries, prospects of development, ways of tackling of problems available in the area," it was reported.


  • The seminar presented analysis of work of commercial e-libraries in Europe, United States, Russia, and Azerbaijan.


  • But there are already people who have spent money and amassed huge e-libraries.

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  • Bar associations in State to have e-libraries insurance company spent more than $28,000 on Helmuth Droege after the computer salesman claimed he broke his arm during a fall at work last year. - Business News

  • Personal search engine for e-libraries and document archives updated - New Releases and Updates in All Categories

  • NKN would enable use of specialised applications, which allow sharing of high performance computing facilities, e-libraries, virtual classrooms and very large databases.


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