libraries

[ lahy-brer-ee, -bruh-ree, -bree ]SEE DEFINITION OF libraries
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His clothes, you see, are covered with the dust of libraries.

It owns considerable property, including houses and libraries.

They are especially proud of their universities, libraries and cathedrals.

The Via Media has slept in libraries; it is a substitute of infancy for manhood.

United States well stocked with libraries, 176—its citizens as book-hunters, 177.

Wars and revolutions, factors in the destruction of libraries, 209.

Assessed Taxes Department in relation to decay of libraries, 192.

In 1875 there were only nine libraries containing 100,000 volumes or over.

The use of buckram has been mostly abandoned by the libraries.

A strictly uncut book is in many American libraries a rarity.