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fair organized by publishers or booksellers to promote the sale of books

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bazaar at which books are sold or auctioned off in order to raise funds for a worthy cause

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The 28th annual Tehran Bookfair enjoyed a doubling of attendance compared to last year and sold a total of 600 billion rials ($18 million) worth of books, organizers reported.
This he said while inaugurating the three days bookfair organized by Islami JamiateTalba (IJT) with the collaboration of National Book Foundation here at PUTA Hall, University of Peshawar, on Tuesday.
I first discovered her writing by reading Broken at a library bookfair.
If bookmakers like, say Bookfair, come across any unusual bets they'll notify the ACSU.
In 2011 Bookfair commission enabled the purchase of more than $3000 of new resources, a most valuable contribution in an era of shrinking library budgets.
The Alnwick Antiquarian Bookfair will run from 10am to 4p.
The world's largest floating bookfair, The Logos Hope, making its maiden voyage to the Middle East region has cancelled its trip to Bahrain.
branches everywhere' (Linda Copeland); Bookfair or Bet-op or Betco (Andrew Thompson); BEING - Bookmakers Expressing Independence Needs Group (Richard Ditchburn), ABC - Alliance Betting Cooperative, or IGC - Independent Gaming Co-op (Simon Lowe Of Taylormade).
Other activities include a bookfair, Georgian supper and Special Evensong.
Her accolades include a Distinguished Achievement Hall of Fame Award honoree at the Bologna Children's Bookfair and inclusion in the Society of Illustrators Permanent Collection.
I bought 'a' book at Lifeline Canberra's 50th Bookfair (May 1973--September 2008) .
13, Barnes & Noble will donate a percentage of sales made with a OMTA Bookfair voucher, good for any items, to the organization.
BOOKFAIR DAY, TIME, PRICE: Saturday and Sunday, from 10am to 4pm.
For instance, a 1988 interview in Frontier by Pratibha Parmar and Jackie Kay examined Lorde's concerns and feelings about working internationally with women of color and how the racism of the white women organizers of London's first-ever International Feminist Bookfair left her and black women in the U.
We hung the display in coordination with the end-of-year picnic and bookfair.