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li·brar·y

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

A stored, retrievable collection of data.
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li·brar·y

(lī'brār-ē)
A collection of cloned fragments that represent the entire genome.
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Knowing little Hebrew and no Aramaic, I will be reading it in Englishusing the Schottenstein Edition, which I'm accessing through my iPad thanks to Artscroll's Digital Libary app.
Babatunde was amongst five writers who were short-listed for the prize, which was presented at a dinner held at the Bodleian Libary in Oxford on Monday.
"It was a l ovely occasion to help unite the whole village," said a spokesman for the libary's management team.
Birmingham City Council has dismissed a complaint that it broke procurement rules to award a lucrative cable installation contract for the new Libary of Birmingham to its own IT partner, the Capita-run Service Birmingham.
The result, Run A Mile In My Shoes, is currently showing in the gallery known as NewBridge Space at 18 New Bridge Street West, Newcastle (opposite and just along from Newcastle City Libary).
"You're my favorite librarian." I don't think they have had any other but I still smile and say "Thank you." And now, when the end of the year is coming, "I'm going to really miss the libary (sic) when we don't have school anymore." Of course, I smile and mention the public library's summer program and remind them they will be back in first grade.
It's just overestimated what it brings to the table." (Just because Vaynerchuck doesn't care much about production values doesn't mean that Wine Libary TV fails in that department.
Starting tomorrow and running all next week at the Centre for the Child at Birmingham's Central Libary will be the city's first Gigglefest!
In its use of the g with the diamond-shaped lobe rather than the flat-topped variant, the Chaucer manuscript is particularly linked to three other members of this group: British Libary Harley MSS 4826 and 1766 and Bodleian Library MS Laud Misc 673.
"Before we knew it, the schools of mass communications and libary science and information were merged," and then-Provost Jerry Odom, a chemist, thought having a user manage the information made sense.
My wife remembers classmates having to put a nickel in the "mission box" if they mispronounced a word--"libary" instead of library or "pitcher" instead of picture--at her Jersey City parochial grade school.