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Grolier

(ˈɡrəʊlɪə; French ɡrɔlje)
adj
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) relating to or denoting a decorative style of bookbinding using interlaced leather straps, gilded ornamental scrolls, etc
[C19: named after Jean Grolier de Servières (1479–1565), French bibliophile]
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People said: "Ask Archer" when there was a question of starting the first school for crippled children, reorganising the Museum of Art, founding the Grolier Club, inaugurating the new Library, or getting up a new society of chamber music.
He was then appointed as the Internal Audit Manager, Hachette Livre Finance Manager in 1993, and, in 1994 Executive Vice-President of Grolier Inc.
Massachusetts Cultural Council Fellowships, the Grolier Prize in Poetry,
No forger could have known how to reproduce all the bookmaking techniques, colored inks and deities pictured in what's known as the Grolier Codex, concludes a team of researchers who specialize in the Maya and other ancient American societies.
At Harvard he lived across the street from the Yard, sleeping often at the Grolier Bookshop on their sofa, attending lectures but taking no examinations.
The exhibition and accompanying catalogue were produced in the fall of 2012 by the Grolier Club of New York, a bibliophilie society founded in 1884 with a mission to foster the study, collecting, and appreciation of books and works on paper, including their art, history, production, and commerce.
In addition to genealogy and language learning, the library has access to three online encyclopedias from Grolier: New Book of Knowledge, Multimedia Encyclopedia and La Nueva Enciclopedia Cumbre.
The programmes currently offered through Scholastic Learning Zone include BookFlix, an online literacy resource that pairs classic video versions of children's picture books with related non-fiction e-books; TrueFlix, an online resource that leverages True Book content to help students hone literacy skills and build subject-area knowledge and vocabulary; Grolier Online, a comprehensive source of non-fiction content; The Graph Club, an easy-to-use tool that enables students in grades K-4 to create, explore, interpret, and print graphs; Timeliner, an intuitive software programme students use to organise data and Neighborhood Map Machine, a hands--on programme that allows students to create maps of their own neighborhoods, other communities, or imaginary places.
Rariza later identified the firm as Grolier Scholastic, which based on its website is a publishing company.
For Newton, book collecting was a vocation to aspire to, and he also promulgated the notion that rare books were a financial investment, which may have been an aspect of collecting that particularly appealed to Lilly, who would become a member of the Grolier Club (and his membership in the club would result in his expanding the scope of his collecting).
(For example, the copy at the Special Collections Research Center at Syracuse University Library donated by the noted collector Adrian Van Sinderen, a Yale man and a Grolier Club member ingeniously recruited by Chancellor William P.
Price: Pricing for Grolier Online is determined on a case-by-case basis, based on the number of databases desired and the student population.