library


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to library: Library of Congress

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.
References in classic literature ?
When they had deposited the body in the library, Grayne turned to Fisher and said, in a voice that had recovered its fullness and confidence, "I am going to lock myself in and make a thorough examination first.
Without more words the great criminal investigator went into the lighted library, shutting the door behind him, and Fisher, without replying, turned and began to talk quietly to Travers.
Let me say you are ill and not able to go into that close library.
I wish every book in that library was built into a caticom for your master," said Tantripp to Pratt, the butler, finding him in the breakfast-room.
There would have been nothing out of the common in my having got tired of the library, and having gone upstairs for a change.
The next day a person with red hands and a blue polka-dot necktie, who called himself Kelly, called at Anthony Rockwall's house, and was at once received in the library.
Our graduates go to work in every section of the South, and whatever knowledge might be obtained in the library would serve to assist in the elevation of the whole Negro race.
The next mail brought back the following reply: "I will be very glad to pay the bills for the library building as they are incurred, to the extent of twenty thousand dollars, and I am glad of this opportunity to show the interest I have in your noble work.
She did not care very much about the library itself, because she had read very few books; but to hear of it brought back to her mind the hundred rooms with closed doors.
She respectfully opened the library door for Lady Janet's departure as she made that reply.
Still holding the library door in her hand, Mercy stood watching with a heavy heart the progress of her benefactress down the length of the room on the way to the front hall beyond.
Madame Fosco strolled into the library, and closed the door.

Full browser ?