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bookland

(ˈbʊkˌlænd)
n
an area of common land given to a private owner
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Bookland traded in the same premises for 60 years, but its closure, in March, 1997, was blamed on falling sales.
Anderson started Books-A-Million's predecessor, the bookstore chain Bookland, in Alabama in the 1960s.
The service was previously supplied by Bookland, a bookshop on Bangor High Street which closed last month.
According to the company the new store is replacing the smaller Bookland location that formerly occupied the mall and is the company's first location in Muncie and its fourth location in Indiana.
The CT 400 can be used to produce 2D codes such as QR Code, Ver Code, Maxi Code and PDF 417, as well as popular bar codes such as UPC-E/UPC-A, NW-7, Code 39, Code 93, Code 128, UCCIEAN, ITF 2 of 5, Industrial 2 of 5, Matrix 2 of 5, MSI, Bookland and Postnet.
and 2nd & Charles and traditional bookstores operating under the names Bookland and Books-A-Million.
IT was with great sadness that I read in your paper that the Bookland shop in Bangor is to close.
A BOOKLAND worker about to lose his job at a Bangor store fears for the future of the traditional high street shop.
and traditional bookstores operating under the name Bookland and Books-A-Million.
Terry will be signing copies of his book in Booklands, Bangor, today, between 2-3pm; at WH Smith Bangor tomorrow between 12-1pm; and then at WH Smith Caernarfon on Thursday 29 November 29 from 12-1pm.
50, students pounds 5 from Booklands, High Street Bangor or at the door.
Workers at Booklands, in Bangor, expect boxfuls of copies at pounds 11.