a support for an open book, usually holding it at a slight angle.
pseudoscorpion. any of several small arachnids of the order Chelonethida that resemble a tailless scorpion and that feed chiefly on small insects. noun any of various small arachnids of the order Pseudoscorpionida (false scorpions), esp Chelifer cancroides, which are sometimes found in old books, etc
the owner or proprietor of a bookstore. Contemporary Examples Andrej Pejic: The Model Barnes & Noble Didn’t Want You to See Isabel Wilkinson May 19, 2011 Gay Syrian Blogger a Hoax? Asne Seierstad June 5, 2011 The Week in Death: The Last to Surrender The Telegraph January 18, 2014 How I Write Family Edition: Emma […]
a share of a mutual fund credited to the account of a shareholder without the physical issuance of a certificate evidencing ownership.
a shelf for holding books, especially one of several shelves in a bookcase. Contemporary Examples Writing For Teens Vs. Adults: Rowling As Case Study Seth Lerer October 2, 2012 Maya Angelou: How I Write Noah Charney April 9, 2013 David’s Book Club David Frum February 20, 2012 Portrait of the Writer as a Young Doctor […]