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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.
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Harris said, however, that the river would suit him to a "T." I don't know what a "T" is (except a sixpenny one, which includes bread-and- butter and cake AD LIB., and is cheap at the price, if you haven't had any dinner).
Indeed, it is doubted by some (Ramasilus, lib. II., De Clem.
Abstained from vote John McKay (Lib); Joe Peschisolido (Lib).
Results: Chelmsford Borough, Old Moulsham: C 529, Lab 494, Lib Dem 476, Green 41.
Longbottom Crosland Moor BC; Robert Ellis Meltham Lib; Adrian Cooper Kirkheaton Con; Dave Appleyard Springwood BC; Craig Longbottom Marsh Lib; Anthony Crawley Primrose Hill Lib; Kevin Sykes Primrose Hill Lib; Gary Baxter Milnsbridge Lib; Gary Foulkes Kirkheaton Con; Ray Harper Lockwood Con; Graham Woodruff Linthwaite CBC; Andrew Lumb Kirkheaton Con; Ross Mallinson Crosland Moor BC.
The opposition party took six seats from the Lib Dems and one from an independent, securing 39.4% of the vote to the Lib Dems' 38.1%.
ATHERSTONE CENTRAL 2 seats: Barrington Shaun Beeson (Con), Richard Freer (Con), Derek Pickard (Lab), Ann Pauline Shearer (Lab), Graham William Smith (Lib Dem)
West Bromwich East: Con 2960, Lab 3679, Lib Dem 1348.
Newcastle Central: Benwell and Scotswood (3 Labour councillors), Blakelaw (3 Lib Dem), Elswick (3 Lab), Fenham (3 Lab), Kenton (3 Lab), Lemington (3 Lab), Westgate (3 Lab) and Wingrove (2 Lab, 1 Lib Dem).
He said the Lib Dems were the ones who moved that the Town Centre Partnership be allowed to question the Asda development team over Chapel Street and that it was his side which was proposing a citizens' jury on traffic problems in and around the town - a wish opposed by all the other parties.
Mark White of Meltham Lib E registered a 29, Austin Roddy of Lepton Lib B and Alan Heywood of Marsh Utd BC A both made a 30, three players, Sam Lucas of Golcar RBL, Jason Digman of Hillhouse and Birkby BC C and Julian Hodge of Broad Oak BC A all made a break of 32, Mark Heap of Broad Oak BC A registered a 33 and Nathan Haigh of Meltham Lib D had a 40.
Aldridge Central and South: Andrew Aspbury (BNP), Linda Dickins (Lib Dem), Steve King (Lab), Anthony Lenton (Ind), *John O'Hare (Con)' Aldridge North and Walsall Wood: Graham Eardley (UKIP), Mark Greveson (Lib Dem), *Anthony Harris (Con), Michael McCormack (BNP), Ian Pearson (Lab)' Bentley and Darlaston: *Ayshea Johnson (Lab), Daniel Lloyd (Con), Alan Paddock (Dem Lab), Christopher Pearce (Lib Dem)'