library

[ lahy-brer-ee, -bruh-ree, -bree ]SEE DEFINITION OF library

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One of the main points of interest at the home of Mr. Gladstone is the library.

Hawarden library gave every evidence of being for use, and not show.

She prevails, and rescues him from the mysterious perils of the library.

He spent his evenings when at Hawarden in a cosy corner of the library reading.

Uneasily, he had remained in the library until the allotted time was elapsed.

Burke stood just within the library, a revolver pointed menacingly.

In the "Library" proper, however, there are few traces of them.

After dinner, when I happened to be alone a minute in the library, Mr. Hynes came in.

The library is divided into five parts, and each librarian gets a share.

He felt he was intruding, and that at a sacred moment—the moment of the arrival of the library.

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