Definition of Libraires

1. libraire [n] - See also: libraire



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Libraires

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libidinousness
libido dominandi
libido theory
libidoless
libidos
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libken
libkens
liblab
liblabs
libra
librae
libraire
libraires (current term)
libral
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librarian
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library and information science

Literary usage of Libraires

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1. Books and Their Makers During the Middle Ages: A Study of the Conditions of by George Haven Putnam (1896)
"These four chief libraires were each under a bond or " caution " for the amount of 200 livres. In addition to the exemption from general taxes and guard ..."

2. Copyright, Its History and Its Law: Being a Summary of the Principles and by Richard Rogers Bowker (1912)
""Letters of patent" of Charles V, 1368, specified fourteen libraires and eleven ecrivains as registered in Paris, and four chief libraires had jurisdiction ..."

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