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bibliotheca

A library; a place to keep books.
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In this volume Will Sweetman translates and annotates the section of the Bibliotheca Malabarica that deals with Hindu and Iain works, 119 in all (other sections cover Protestant, Catholic, and Muslim works).
There couldn't be a more fitting venue than the Bibliotheca Alexandrina to put the best minds to work on solving this problem.
Eng Hoda El-Mikaty, director of the Planetarium Science Center at the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, explained that the birth of the Arab region competition in 2010 is the outcome of fruitful collaborations between Intel Egypt, the Library and Science Age Society that have organised national fairs together since 2007.
Johannes Rogg, Managing Director of Bibliotheca UK, says, "More and more libraries are turning to RFID as part of their drive towards self-service, to increase security and for more efficient stock management.
For the record, the International Conference is co-organized by the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, and the universities of Georgetown, Maryland, Yale, Berkeley and Roger Williams, together with the American University Washington D.
In addition, 10 key projects are described in much more detail, including the Norwegian National Opera and Ballet, Bibliotheca Alexandria, Sandvika Cultural Centre, Karmoy Fishing Museum, Petter Dass Museum and Lillehammer Art Museum.
It is home to the Bibliotheca Alexandrina (the new Library of Alexandria), and is an important industrial center because of its natural gas and oil pipelines from Suez.
To test the feasibility of the project, the Library of Congress, UNESCO, and five other partner institutions--the Bibliotheca Alexandrina of Alexandria, Egypt; the National Library of Brazil; the National Library of Egypt; the National Library of Russia; and the Russian State Library--have developed a prototype of the World Digital Library and expect the complete website to become available to the public in late 2008 or early 2009, according to the Times.
It offers meaningful and convincing new interpretations of the poet's works, including such less familiar items as Skelton's translation of Diodorus Siculus's Bibliotheca Historica (c.
For a better planning of the technology, it's necessary to build a bibliotheca with most common materials that are to be used in a factory.
Born in the Netherlands, he studied in England, the Netherlands, France, and Germany before becoming professor of history and director of the famous Bibliotheca Palatina in Heidelberg.
Ibn al-Haytham's Optics: A Study of the Origins of Experimental Science (Minneapolis: Bibliotheca Islamica, 1977); Anton, Heinen, "al-Biruni and al-Haytham: A Comparative Study of Scientific Method" in Said, Hakim Mohammed (ed.

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