noun, plural bi·bli·o·thèques [bee-blee-aw-tek; English bib-lee-uh-teks] /bi bli ɔˈtɛk; English ˈbɪb li əˌtɛks/. French.
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Contemporary Examples of bibliotheque
This show also coincides with Richard Prince: American Prayer at the Bibliotheque nationale de France.Richard Prince's Tribute to Willem de Kooning
March 28, 2011
Historical Examples of bibliotheque
I think there are also in it some new volumes of the Bibliotheque physico-économique for you.The Writings of Thomas Jefferson
All this Rolfe told Janet eagerly when he entered the bibliotheque.The Dwelling Place of Light, Complete
There are some in the Bibliotheque in Paris, and a good many in Spain.Felix O'Day
F. Hopkinson Smith
In the corner diagonary opposite, appeared, in direct family communion, the properties of the kitchen and the bibliotheque.The Works of Edgar Allan Poe
Edgar Allan Poe
For the full story, the reader may consult the Bibliotheque des Romans.