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li·brar·y

(lī'brār-ē),
A collection of cloned fragments that represent the entire genome.

library

A stored, retrievable collection of data.

li·brar·y

(lī'brār-ē)
A collection of cloned fragments that represent the entire genome.
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Although the book wall represents only a small portion of the library's collection, which mostly resides in traditional book stacks, it's an architectural feature that vividly conveys the concept of books as the heart of the library.
This enabled him to provide ease of navigation along the length of the spiralling book stacks, while also giving opportunity for more accidental forms of wandering via a series of radial axes that fan out from the central control point on the first floor.
Wireless Internet, private workstations, and close proximity to the reference book stacks make this area a modern reader's paradise.
Your students' book stacks should be flat and equal in height.
was experiencing problems both in the main book stacks and in the periodicals department (library policy dictates that periodicals can be used only on the floor on which the department is located, though they can be borrowed).
Although only storage racks and book stacks are mentioned in the building codes, building officials have been asking for permits for mezzanines, shelving, conveyor supports, carousels, vertical lifts, and the like.
Both book stacks and reading desks therefore need light, either natural or artificial.
Book Stacks began as a modem-accessible site in 1992, added a telnet site in 1993, and launched a Web store in 1994.
GoodMovies is operated by Book Stacks Unlimited, which also operates Book Stacks, a book-selling site.
Great athenaeums in France, Britain, Germany, and Japan are being built or renovated to make room for mass increases in book stacks and to accommodate information technology.
The layout of the building, with three stories of densely packed book stacks, posed a challenge for deployment of a wired or conventional wireless network.