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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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The Blogging Libraries Wiki offers a list of related K12 library blogs.
Information Technology and Libraries, 22(1), 38-43.
Libraries striving to build collections of geospatial data are increasingly faced with a variety of legal issues related to these agreements.
Many libraries are offered in partially de-populated models as standard configurations.
Each of these (new) libraries replaced a little box,'' said assistant city librarian Fontayne Holmes, director of facilities.
It will be an addition to the 36 libraries in the system and is emblematic of Morrison's personal commitment to improving service to minorities.
The process of designing and building digital libraries essentially from nothing has raised many unexpected questions for researchers.
These funding cuts have accelerated a process that has been going on for much of this century: Libraries are losing their focus.
To comprehend why neighborhood libraries struggle for survival while their parent institution sits on a heap of gold, one must understand that the NYPL is, in fact, two systems with two budgets: The 82 branches, which circulate materials, receive only 7 percent of their funds from private sources, with the rest coming from city, state, and federal agencies.
Unprecedented patron access and convenience - The community toolbar for libraries offers a new level of expediency, with instant and remote online access to library collections and services via the browser.
Haycock's article draws on more than thirty years of research into joint use libraries to determine predictors of success.

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