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  • 181 bibliotecario encargado de libros raros

    Ex. The history of cathedral libraries shows that each is an integral part of the cathedral and of great importance to the ecclesiastical historian, liturgiologist, musicologist, student of the humanities, rare book librarian and bibliographer.
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    Ex: The history of cathedral libraries shows that each is an integral part of the cathedral and of great importance to the ecclesiastical historian, liturgiologist, musicologist, student of the humanities, rare book librarian and bibliographer.

    Spanish-English dictionary > bibliotecario encargado de libros raros

  • 182 biblioteconomía relacionada con los libros raros

    Ex. The author also mentions the rather dismissive attitude of many librarians towards rare book librarianship.
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    Ex: The author also mentions the rather dismissive attitude of many librarians towards rare book librarianship.

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  • 183 caja para transportar libros

    (n.) = book bin
    Ex. There is a need for libraries to include the cost of a move early on in the project plans, trouble experienced with new shelving, the use of book bins, and the fact that closure of the library during the move is not necessary.
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    (n.) = book bin

    Ex: There is a need for libraries to include the cost of a move early on in the project plans, trouble experienced with new shelving, the use of book bins, and the fact that closure of the library during the move is not necessary.

    Spanish-English dictionary > caja para transportar libros

  • 184 capacidad para libros

    Ex. Statistics cover costs, book capapcity and seating capacity.
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    Ex: Statistics cover costs, book capapcity and seating capacity.

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  • 185 carrito de los libros

    (n.) = book truck, book trolley
    Ex. There is also a student assistant and his tasks are highly routine -- unwrapping current issues, stamping with ownership marks, placing on book trucks, etc..
    Ex. This article gives examples of cases where readers borrow books that are more accessible, e.g. on a display or on the return book trolley.
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    (n.) = book truck, book trolley

    Ex: There is also a student assistant and his tasks are highly routine -- unwrapping current issues, stamping with ownership marks, placing on book trucks, etc..

    Ex: This article gives examples of cases where readers borrow books that are more accessible, e.g. on a display or on the return book trolley.

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  • 186 catálogo de libros

    (n.) = booklist [book list]
    Ex. Publications, such as book lists, and published lists of specific subject areas present in the stock of a library may assist the user to identify those parts of the stock which might be of particular interest to him.
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    (n.) = booklist [book list]

    Ex: Publications, such as book lists, and published lists of specific subject areas present in the stock of a library may assist the user to identify those parts of the stock which might be of particular interest to him.

    Spanish-English dictionary > catálogo de libros

  • 187 catálogo de libros en venta

    Ex. Other types of bibliographical material include government publications lists of theses and indexes.
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    Ex: Other types of bibliographical material include government publications lists of theses and indexes.

    Spanish-English dictionary > catálogo de libros en venta

  • 188 coleccionista de libros

    Ex. Fernando Columbus, the youngest son of Christopher Columbus, was a bibliophile, a book collector, and a proponent of a national library for Spain.
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    Ex: Fernando Columbus, the youngest son of Christopher Columbus, was a bibliophile, a book collector, and a proponent of a national library for Spain.

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  • 189 colección de libros

    Ex. The article 'Breathe new life into your collection' describes how a book collection might be improved in order that its use may be maximised.
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    Ex: The article 'Breathe new life into your collection' describes how a book collection might be improved in order that its use may be maximised.

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  • 190 colección de libros de derecho en una prisión

    Ex. One of the problems to be anticipated once a prison law library has been established is the possible 'extortion' by jailhouse lawyers demanding compensation from fellow inmates they legally advise.
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    Ex: One of the problems to be anticipated once a prison law library has been established is the possible 'extortion' by jailhouse lawyers demanding compensation from fellow inmates they legally advise.

    Spanish-English dictionary > colección de libros de derecho en una prisión

  • 191 colección de libros de jardinería

    Ex. The author offers advice on planting and weeding gardening collections for the various climatic zones of the USA.
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    Ex: The author offers advice on planting and weeding gardening collections for the various climatic zones of the USA.

    Spanish-English dictionary > colección de libros de jardinería

  • 192 colección de libros donados

    Ex. The title 'Unsolicited marginal gift collections: saying no or coping with the unwanted' deals with the problem of how to cope with collections which should have been declined, but were not.
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    Ex: The title 'Unsolicited marginal gift collections: saying no or coping with the unwanted' deals with the problem of how to cope with collections which should have been declined, but were not.

    Spanish-English dictionary > colección de libros donados

  • 193 colección de libros raros

    (n.) = rare book collection, rare collection
    Ex. In the early part of the 20th century donations were received from William K. Bixby which led to the foundation of the rare book collection.
    Ex. These public libraries hold collections of provincial newspapers, unique extra-illustrated editions of county histories and rare collections acquired through bequests.
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    (n.) = rare book collection, rare collection

    Ex: In the early part of the 20th century donations were received from William K. Bixby which led to the foundation of the rare book collection.

    Ex: These public libraries hold collections of provincial newspapers, unique extra-illustrated editions of county histories and rare collections acquired through bequests.

    Spanish-English dictionary > colección de libros raros

  • 194 colocador de libros

    (n.) = book shelver, shelver
    Ex. The article 'Public perceptions of librarians: book shelvers, nice ladies or information specialists?' suggests that the status and image of librarianship is inextricably bound up with its history as a female profession.
    Ex. Almost all practicing librarians have some assigned responsibilities that involve the training of other employees: a shelver, a beginning clerical employee, or another professional.
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    (n.) = book shelver, shelver

    Ex: The article 'Public perceptions of librarians: book shelvers, nice ladies or information specialists?' suggests that the status and image of librarianship is inextricably bound up with its history as a female profession.

    Ex: Almost all practicing librarians have some assigned responsibilities that involve the training of other employees: a shelver, a beginning clerical employee, or another professional.

    Spanish-English dictionary > colocador de libros

  • 195 compra de libros

    (n.) = book buying [book-buying], book supply, book purchasing
    Ex. Towards the end of the sixteenth century, about 1598, Sir Thomas Bodley was preparing to go on a book-buying expedition for the library.
    Ex. The easiest and most efficient method for book supply is to use a bookseller who provides all the books.
    Ex. The effect would be a shift in book purchasing away from UK to US publishers.
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    (n.) = book buying [book-buying], book supply, book purchasing

    Ex: Towards the end of the sixteenth century, about 1598, Sir Thomas Bodley was preparing to go on a book-buying expedition for the library.

    Ex: The easiest and most efficient method for book supply is to use a bookseller who provides all the books.
    Ex: The effect would be a shift in book purchasing away from UK to US publishers.

    Spanish-English dictionary > compra de libros

  • 196 comprador de libros

    (n.) = book buyer
    Ex. In Peter H. Mann, 'Books: Buyers and Borrowers', op. cit., chapter 3, 'The Book Shop and the book buyer'.
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    (n.) = book buyer

    Ex: In Peter H. Mann, 'Books: Buyers and Borrowers', op. cit., chapter 3, 'The Book Shop and the book buyer'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > comprador de libros

  • 197 confección de libros

    (n.) = bookmaking [book making]
    Ex. Excavation in Qumran suggests that the people were organised on a highly communal basis and adept in the art of pottery and bookmaking.
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    (n.) = bookmaking [book making]

    Ex: Excavation in Qumran suggests that the people were organised on a highly communal basis and adept in the art of pottery and bookmaking.

    Spanish-English dictionary > confección de libros

  • 198 correr de aquí para allá

    (v.) = rush around, run + here and there
    Ex. Perhaps instead of arguing, and rushing around in the dark, the time has come to follow our Danish and American friends and begin to find out what we are doing.
    Ex. The wedding day morning is usually a whirr of activity -- everybody running here and there.
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    (v.) = rush around, run + here and there

    Ex: Perhaps instead of arguing, and rushing around in the dark, the time has come to follow our Danish and American friends and begin to find out what we are doing.

    Ex: The wedding day morning is usually a whirr of activity -- everybody running here and there.

    Spanish-English dictionary > correr de aquí para allá

  • 199 de aquí te espero

    (adj.) = tremendous, enormous, humongous [humungous], gianormous
    Ex. There has been tremendous growth in libraries since then, but, fundamentally, it has been possible to build on the foundation that nineteenth-century heroes constructed.
    Ex. In coventional libraries, such searches usually involve an enormous amount of time and energy.
    Ex. The word ' humongous' first darted onto the linguistic stage only about 1968 but hit the big time almost immediately and has been with us ever since.
    Ex. The upside, and its a gianormous upside, is that there is so much variety.
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    (adj.) = tremendous, enormous, humongous [humungous], gianormous

    Ex: There has been tremendous growth in libraries since then, but, fundamentally, it has been possible to build on the foundation that nineteenth-century heroes constructed.

    Ex: In coventional libraries, such searches usually involve an enormous amount of time and energy.
    Ex: The word ' humongous' first darted onto the linguistic stage only about 1968 but hit the big time almost immediately and has been with us ever since.
    Ex: The upside, and its a gianormous upside, is that there is so much variety.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de aquí te espero

  • 200 depósito de libros

    (n.) = book depot
    Ex. Government-owned book depots can help to solve some problems.
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    (n.) = book depot

    Ex: Government-owned book depots can help to solve some problems.

    Spanish-English dictionary > depósito de libros

См. также в других словарях:

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  • Métrica — Para otros usos de este término, véase Métrica (desambiguación). Retrato de Garcilaso de la Vega, que introdujo el verso endecasílabo italiano en la poesía española. Dentr …   Wikipedia Español

  • Animales en la Biblia — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Pintura de Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld que representa el quinto día de la creación del mundo, en el que Dios crea los animales marinos y las aves Según la Biblia, los animales, como todos los demás ser …   Wikipedia Español

  • Sello (cuño) — Para otros usos de este término, véase Sello (desambiguación). Sello de los sobres. Se llama sello al cuño o troquel que sirve para estampar figuras o signos representativos de la persona física o moral que lo usa y con los cuales se autorizan… …   Wikipedia Español

  • venir — (Del lat. venire.) ► verbo intransitivo 1 Moverse una persona o una cosa hacia el lugar donde está la que habla: ■ puedes venir a casa si quieres. 2 Presentarse una persona ante otra: ■ ¿cómo has venido? SINÓNIMO llegar 3 Llegar o estar próximo… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Catedral Metropolitana de Medellín — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Este artículo trata sobre una catedral colombiana. Para otras catedrales metropolitanas, véase Catedral Metropolitana. Catedral Basílica …   Wikipedia Español

  • VENIR — (Del lat. venire.) ► verbo intransitivo 1 Moverse una persona o una cosa hacia el lugar donde está la que habla: ■ puedes venir a casa si quieres. 2 Presentarse una persona ante otra: ■ ¿cómo has venido? SINÓNIMO llegar 3 Llegar o estar próximo… …   Enciclopedia Universal


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