book store


book store
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  • Harvard Book Store — is an independently owned and locally run seller of used, new, and bargain books in Cambridge s Harvard Square. As of 2004, it is one of a small number of independent bookstores remaining in the neighborhood that once claimed the greatest number… …   Wikipedia

  • Old book store — Букинистический магазин …   Краткий толковый словарь по полиграфии

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  • Book City (Canada) — Book City is a Toronto based independent book store chain. The stores are situated as far west as the Bloor West Village to the Beaches in the east. History Book City opened its first store in the Annex neighbourhood of Toronto in 1976. Over 30… …   Wikipedia

  • Book burning — (a category of biblioclasm, or book destruction) is the practice of destroying, often ceremoniously, one or more copies of a book or other written material. In modern times, other forms of media, such as phonograph records, video tapes, and CDs… …   Wikipedia

  • store — ▪ I. store store 1 [stɔː ǁ stɔːr] noun [countable] COMMERCE 1. a large place that sells many different kinds of goods on several different floors, or goods in large quantities: • Most high street stores hold sales in January. • The firm has over… …   Financial and business terms


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