ex libris

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a label identifying the owner of a book in which it is pasted

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campusM is provided by Ex Libris Group, a leading global provider of cloud-based solutions for the management, discovery, and delivery of the full spectrum of library materials, as well as mobile campus solutions for driving student engagement and success.
Bringing these complementary assets together will enable ProQuest and Ex Libris to enhance existing products and accelerate innovation of new services to quickly address some of libraries' most pressing challenges : disparate workflows for print, electronic and digital resources, and navigation of complex and rapidly changing technology, content and user environments.
An ex libris is a small graphic bearing a name, crest, badge, motto, coat-of-arms or other design that is pasted inside the front cover of books to signify ownership.
SFX was first developed at the University of Ghent by Herbert Van de Sompel and was released as a commercial product by Ex Libris in 2001.
Wayne Bornholdt, who for years ran Ex Libris, a premier theological bookstore near the University of Chicago, is director of acquisitions and distribution.
525: Tyrur Grumpy, Roodstown Rebel, Westway Star, Ex Libris, Crettyard Lad, Strong Thebest
Making full use of the Library's location by Lake Burley Griffin, the 100-seat capacity ex libris is three times the previous size, has new umbrellas and glass panelling to maximise views, and features elegant furniture.
The issue I have singled out, from 1924, was a compendium of ex libris plates by local artists.
Major library system vendors, including Ex Libris, Sirsi, and Endeavor, have developed XML interchange features in their software to be used as the means of exchanging information with other systems.
After an exhibition of bookplates at the Tyrells Galleries in Sydney the Australian Ex Libris Society was formed, its ideals were not just the bookplates already in existence but rather to create an atmosphere favourable to their production.
It is the largest collection of Japanese work ever received by the museum, and includes 546 Japanese Ex Libris (bookplates).
Cet ouvrage de Paul Aubin s'inscrit dans une serie de publications portant sur l'histoire des manuels scolaires quebecois publiee par le Groupe de recherche sur l'edition litteraire au Quebec, de l'Universite de Sherbrooke, en collaboration avec les editions Ex Libris.
Here we can find J R R Tolkien's "man who dwelt alone, as day and night went past", Nicholas Evans in The Loop intriguingly writing "the scent of slaughter, some believe, can linger in a place for years" and Anne Fadiman in Ex Libris recalling "When I was four, I liked to build castles with my father's pocket-sized, twenty-two-volume set of Trollope.
Her bookplate designs have been published in the special publications of Ex Libris (Latin for ``from the library of'') societies all over the world, from China and Italy to Sweden and the Czech Republic.
6578, which bears an ex libris giving the full name of Mount Grace Charterhouse (of which Love was prior), as well as a note on northern dialectal forms which might have troubled southern copyists, seem beyond doubt.