bibliotic

bibliotic

(ˈbɪblɪəˌtɪk)
adj
relating to bibliotics
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Adj.1.bibliotic - of or relating to biblioticsbibliotic - of or relating to bibliotics  
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10 THE TEXTILES OF AKIRA MINAGAWA I came to know this designer's work when we taped a talk show together (organized by Nakako Hayashi) at Kyoto's Cafe Bibliotic Hello.
Thompson had presented his case in his Shakespeare's Handwriting: A Study (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1916); Tannenbaum's counterarguments are in "The Booke of Sir Thomas Moore": A Bibliotic Study (New York: Tenny Press, 1927), Problems in Shakspere's Penmanship (New York: Century for MLA, 1927), and Shakspere and "Sir Thomas Moore" (New York: Tenny Press; London: T.
Tannenbaum, 'The Booke of Sir Thomas Moore': A Bibliotic Study (New York, 1927), 53.