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lib

 (lĭb)
n. Informal
A movement that seeks to achieve equal rights for a group; liberation.

lib

(lɪb)
n
informal sometimes derogatory short for liberation2

lib

(lɪb)

n. Informal.
liberation: women's lib; gay lib.
[1965–70]

Lib.

Liberal.

lib.

1. book.
[< Latin liber]
2. librarian.
3. library.
References in classic literature ?
I don't know what a "T" is (except a sixpenny one, which includes bread-and- butter and cake AD LIB.
Marsh Lib A player Clegg compiled a 55 break against Steve Whiteley (New Mill A) in the Billiards League.
AVON Peter Barnes (Lib Dem) 1133 Mike Brain (Con) 1113 Barry Doherty (Lab) 202 Nicole Varga (Green) 194 Con gain from Lib Dem BISHOP'S TACHBROOK Moh Ahson (Lib Dem) 76 John Barrott (Lab) 477 Les Caborn (Con) 1104 Nicola Stevenson (Green) 199 Con hold BROWNSOVER ?
MicroarrayDB and LIB are used to store in-house experimental results and public data, respectively, whereas TOOL provides various algorithms for data visualization and analysis.
TCC is committed to LIB separator technology development and production process improvements.
And in the Veteran's Snooker League, Neil Armstrong of Kirkburton Lib A made a 30 against Neil Wimpenny of Borough Club A.
The opposition party took six seats from the Lib Dems and one from an independent, securing 39.
Current Conservatives 34, Labour 19, Lib Dem 6, Independent
Results: Chelmsford Borough, Old Moulsham: C 529, Lab 494, Lib Dem 476, Green 41.
Authorized and regulated by the UK Financial Services Authority, LIB is an investment services provider offering services to institutional investors, as well as to high net worth, sophisticated investors.
The Crosland Moor Con A cueman produced a splendid 56 against Austin Roddy of Lepton Lib B.
If Lemington is moved into Newcastle Central as proposed, the Lib Dems would control eight out of nine wards in the new constituency.