the gill of a horseshoe crab, composed of numerous membranous structures arranged like the leaves of a closed book.
a book containing the prescribed order of prayers, readings from Scripture, and rites for the canonical hours. noun (often capitals) a book used esp in monasteries during the Middle Ages that contained the prayers and offices of the canonical hours
a handwritten or printed work of fiction or nonfiction, usually on sheets of paper fastened or bound together within covers. a work of fiction or nonfiction in an electronic format: Your child can listen to or read the book online. See also e-book (def 2). a number of sheets of blank or ruled paper bound […]
verb (preposition) to reserve a room for (oneself or someone else) at (a hotel)
a removable paper cover, usually illustrated, for protecting the binding of a book and usually giving information about the book and the author.