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PLR

pupillary light reflex.
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But Martijn David, Dutch Publishers Association secretary general, says, "[E]-books should not be under public lending rights.
In 2010 a review was started by the Government that included the Public Lending Right service.
Dr Jim Parker, registrar of the Public Lending Right, said: "Overall, US crime fiction and thrillers, particularly those by James Patterson, are hugely popular in the North East, with eight of the top 10 most borrowed books belonging to the genre.
The survey comes as Public Lending Right celebrates its 30th anniversary.
The figures are released today by Public Lending Right UK which remunerates authors.
Simon Brett, chairman of the Public Lending Right advisory committee, which published the figures, said: "Maybe this is an indication that national tastes are becoming increasingly macabre.
They are hoping to prevent the possible closure of Stockton's Insolvency Service, DVLA and Public Lending Right offices which would save around 70 jobs.
s Society of Authors is more concerned about the fees that authors receive after their books are borrowed from public libraries under the Public Lending Right scheme.
The Public Lending Right, a longstanding agreement, provides for a payment to authors and publishers for every printed book borrowed.
The dramatic change in reading tastes emerged from the latest release of figures from the Public Lending Right, the government body that pays royalties to authors.
The league of most-borrowed titles compiled by Public Lending Right (PLR) gives a snapshot of changing tastes.
The figures came from Public Lending Right, who collect data from libraries and then make corresponding payments to authors.
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