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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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WILLIAM Roscoe - Founder of Liverpool Culture is free of charge and runs every day in the Picton Libary within Central Library on William Brown Street.
There must be continuing effort, inspired by the conviction on both sides that this enterprise can and will benefit both the labor movement and the library" (Guide for Developing a Public Libary Service to Labor Groups, 1973, p.
You can select from a library of 185 vector clip art items specially designed for Flash movies and a libary of over 100 text effects templates.
Lucy Patton, Euthanasia Doctor Accused of Executions, GUARDIAN (London), July 21, 1997, at 4, LEXIS, Nexis Library, Guardian File; Andrew Woodcock & Rachel Ellis, Murder Quiz Call Into GPs' Mercy Killings, WESTERN DAILY PRESS (Somerset, England), July 21, 1997, at 12, LEXIS, Nexis Libary, Western Daily Press File.
The problems arose when the machine was moved into the libary area where inmates were being instructed in computer skills.
The fiscal impact of the NRIS employees who reside in the city is calculated as the difference between their share of expenses of municipal services, and their direct and indirect tax contribution, as follows: where: P= number of employees residing in Regina; H= average household size; T= total city population; A= average assessment per dwelling; M= combined property-tax "mail rate" of lcity, libary and school boards; and, R= the share of Regina residents in Regina's Trade Area.
Databases that cite too many journals unavailable in the library may frustrate both the patrons and the librarian, who may instead favor the database whose journal base is not much broader than the journal collection in the libary.
National Parks, the heritage collection in the National Libary, and the road system), but are included with the same solemnity of valuation as assets with more commercial significance (e.
In one of them, the prisoner proposed the formation of a committee to raise money to put up a bronze statue in Ottumwa Park, right outside the libary.
This volume is not essential to review for completing the ACLS, but makes an excellent reference for the family medicine libary.
This libary was a nerve centre of political dissent during the final years of Honecker's rule.
Linda Hall is an independent research libary of science, engineering, and technology.