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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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By comparison, in the Main Library stacks assessment, 2.82 percent of sampled items were undersized (under 15 cm) and 17.95 percent were oversized (over 27 cm).
In addition, so-called "sleepers" are resurrected in library stacks.
* In Noah Baumbach's "The Squid and the Whale," one of the best films in a very mixed-bag dramatic competition this year, a divorced father considers an affair with a student, his older son dithers about whether to bed a "nice" girl or the same, wilder student his father's with, and the 11-ish son reacts to his parents' split by masturbating in the library stacks and marking his territory by smearing the result around school.
They were stored in library stacks open to the public.
However, neither of them do a good job for browsing content--the equivalent of browsing through the library stacks. That's where we feel we do a great job.
That caution acknowledged, this is an admirable and lively study that belongs in the library stacks and seminar rooms of our colleges and universities.
The library stacks area is filled to capacity, and we are now working on an expansion project to add space for up to fourteen thousand volumes of books.
I subsequently saw an article about robots tending the library stacks at Johns Hopkins University and another about deploying these robot librarians.
We placed the drawings and written comments in plastic sleeves and displayed them at the end of library stacks and on walls.
I could always find solace in the library stacks and the new and exciting materials (probably irrelevant) I was finding.
This book is, however, more the type of resource one would retrieve from the library stacks than have on the shelf for handy reference.
Saberhagen isn't out to impress readers with "deep thoughts" from the library stacks or the "deep discoveries" by the Hubble Space Telescope.

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