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bookland

(ˈbʊkˌlænd)
n
an area of common land given to a private owner
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After 21 years in the classroom, he left teaching, becoming manager of Bookland Music Shop, in Chester.
40 Mazher ul Haq, Political Science: Theory and Practice (Lahore: Bookland: 1991).
Of note, a comparison of infection rates in patients with semiocclusive adhesive dressings that were changed every 48 hours and those with onetime applications of 2-octyl cyanoacrylate dressings (Dermabond, Ethicon, Inc.) showed a decrease in the rate of ventriculitis in those with 2-octyl cyanoacrylate dressings (Bookland, Sukul, & Connolly, 2014).
Anderson started Books-A-Million's predecessor, the bookstore chain Bookland, in Alabama in the 1960s.
The company operates large superstores under the names Books-A-Million (BAM!), Books & Co and 2nd & Charles and traditional bookstores operating under the names Bookland and Books-A-Million.
A field guide to the birds of Pakistan: Bookland. Molur, S (2008).
(7.) Bagley CA, Wilson S, Kothbauer KF, Bookland MJ, Epstein F, Jallo GI.
From "In the Realm of Bookland." Overland Monthly 52.6 (December 1908): 582.
Arblaster, Anthony, Democracy (New Delhi: Bookland Publishing Co., 1994), p.
The bar code is used by the store for pricing and inventory and has to be in one of several universally accepted formats such as Bookland EAN Bar Code or EAN-5.
The service was previously supplied by Bookland, a bookshop on Bangor High Street which closed last month.