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private library

[′prī·vət ′lī‚brer·ē]
(computer science)
An organized collection of programs and other software that is the property of a single user of a computer system and is not generally available to other users.
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The building offers a rooftop terrace with fireside seating and dining area; an Great Room with billiards table and catering kitchen, as well as a private library; playroom with art space; a music and movement studio curated by specialists from the 92Y and; The Wright Fit fitness studio Sales and marketing is being handled by Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group.
During the reign of Sheikh Mubarak Al-Sabah, the biggest private library, owned by Sheikh Naser Mubarak Al-Sabah, was founded, according to CRSK.
Al Buraidi has 5000 books in his private library and he generously he decided to donate them all to the library, with Mansoor Al Mufdhali, an administrator at the library, saying, "until now we have about 12,000 books and Mahmood's donation will add more value to the library." The library is built through contributions from the public, and the administrators say they are planning to open it to the public by August 2019, Al Mufdhali added: "We accept various types of donations from all people such as financial donations, books, and even volunteering efforts in management and organisation of the library, and we need more donations to complete the project." The library consists of a lecture hall, classrooms and research rooms.
The project also includes and International Library, Media Library, Periodicals Library, Audiovisual and Publications Library, internet Services, Youth Library, study rooms, meeting rooms, as well as a private library containing collectibles, books and rare articles related to Al Maktoum family.
During the past century, scholars have identified just over 200 titles from the private library of Swiss theologian Zwingli (1484-1531), one of the most prominent reformers and founders of the Reformed Protestant Church in the Swiss Confederation.
The most prominent advantage of the service is that it does not need permanent access to internet, as the book is downloaded to the subscriber's private library. Therefore, a subscriber may read the books whenever and wherever he wants.
It will also have a private library containing collectibles and rare articles related to the Al Maktoum family, Dubai Municipality said.
Acquisition of private library libraries (subscribers) in jms and keuruu cities from a contracted partner (bidder) to be selected in a competitive bidding.
Noor Bank will also receive full access to statistics, studies, presentations and other useful information on the private library of the FCI website.
The Museo-Biblioteca was abolished when the Americans took over from the Spanish as the Philippines' colonial masters, prompting Paterno to take the Museo-Biblioteca collection to his Quiapo home and merge it with his private library.
The incredible collection of over 2,000 titles, many published over 200 years ago, comprised the private library of a German mathematician and philosophy professor, Arnold Kowalewski (1873-1945) who taught at the University of Konigsberg.
He has given much guidance and assistance to Ismael Diadie Haidara, a close relative whose mother hails from the Haidara clan, and who has also managed to establish his own private library, The Timbuktu Andalusian Library.