Every commander-in-chief since Franklin Roosevelt, with the exception of John F. Kennedy, has had both a library and a memoir.
The library provides free computer and English-language classes, and free links to the Internet.
At 10:30 a.m., the girls called their father at his job and told him they were going to the library.
Still, one item in the library of America volume will continue to feed such arguments.
At about the same time Matthew was leaving the library, Aaron McKinney and Russell Henderson had just gotten off work.
The folding doors that led into the library were half closed.
"I'm going into the library, if you'll excuse me, love," he said.
That evening, in Mr. Evringham's library, Jewel wrote the letter.
Mr. Crotin's library was the most comfortable room in the house.
There is a tradition that this room was fitted up as a library in 1472.
place for books, late 14c., from Anglo-French librarie, Old French librairie "collection of books" (14c.), noun use of adj. librarius "concerning books," from Latin librarium "chest for books," from liber (genitive libri) "book, paper, parchment," originally "the inner bark of trees," probably a derivative of PIE root *leub(h)- "to strip, to peel" (see leaf). The equivalent word in most Romance languages now means "bookseller's shop." Old English had bochord, literally "book hord."
A collection of subroutines and functions stored in one or more files, usually in compiled form, for linking with other programs. Libraries are one of the earliest forms of organised code reuse. They are often supplied by the operating system or software development environment developer to be used in many different programs. The routines in a library may be general purpose or designed for some specific function such as three dimensional animated graphics.
Libraries are linked with the user's program to form a complete executable. The linking may be static linking or, in some systems, dynamic linking.