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Synonyms for library

a room where books are kept

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a collection of literary documents or records kept for reference or borrowing

(computing) a collection of standard programs and subroutines that are stored and available for immediate use

a building that houses a collection of books and other materials

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Brickwork also has a more tactile and responsive surface texture than concrete, as manifest by the warm sensuousness of the book stack hall.
Stroll through the health and wellness book stacks, beginning with the 613s, where youll find titles on exercise and healthy eating, and continuing to the 617s.
In late April 2017, contractors took over the fourth floor and began demolishing the book stacks and walls.
The reconfigured interior will feature a Long Room with a five-story wall of brows-able book stacks and meeting rooms.
Vary your vintage book stacks, placing some books horizontally and some leaning vertically.
Sarah Clifford: Students love to squeeze in between the book stacks to pore over their favourite books.
The principal change has been the removal of four storeys of book stacks that lay beneath the round reading room.
Library at North Carolina State University-Raleigh takes up one-ninth the space of traditional book stacks.
Picture a troubled teen quietly removing this book from the school library shelves, then sitting down between the book stacks and devouring it.
Here we have a picture of a bunch of book stacks and empty chairs and tables.
Many libraries find ways to improve the presentation of their collections beyond the traditional book stacks.
It was based on a series of independent rectilinear book stacks, dispersed to create a field--or forest--of monolithic blocks.
This cupola-topped building offers a traditional, two-story reading room with book stacks and cathedral ceilings that feature a digital media workshop with scanners, CD burners, printers and microphones; not to mention an assistive-technology room where students can magnify print books or use a special scanner with software to read books aloud.