Thesaurus / libraries
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Sooner or later we obtained the desired data from 20 of the 26 libraries to which this letter was sent.

Not all, but most libraries—and I have looked in, and at, and around many—are too self-centered.

Bacon, Corinne, "Co-operation of libraries with library schools," 347-50;chrm.

The libraries, buildings, and works of art were destroyed and there was no one to see that they were restored.

They lived secluded in their libraries, too happy if they could escape the persecution of kings and priests.

We missed the Bookworm soon after breakfast, but Guy said we would soon find him if we drew the libraries.

The practice of libraries in this particular of administration differs widely, as do the opinions of librarians regarding it.

A Book for All ReadersAinsworth Rand Spofford

The conditions as to the use of the collections are, as in most German libraries, very liberal.

Foreign books were also scrutinized carefully, and libraries were made subject to inspection.

A History of SpainCharles E. Chapman

The circulation is still more nearly uniform, being about one-third to children in all the classes of libraries.


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