Which Joe gave his name to ‘sloppy joes’? We look at five interesting sandwiches and their lexical origins.
A system in which one library borrows a book from another library for the use of an individual.
- ‘All 121 were retrieved through a library search or via interlibrary loan.’
- ‘Out-of-print items sometimes can be obtained via a library and/or through interlibrary loan.’
- ‘Many other critical services such as the daily delivery system, interlibrary loan, and reserve pool will also be cut.’
- ‘Otherwise, local public libraries can obtain copies through interlibrary loan.’
- ‘I had difficulty acquiring some publications through interlibrary loan or by tracking down publishers from the literature cited.’
- ‘Technology has touched every aspect of library services, including cataloging, reference, interlibrary loan, document delivery, circulation, and training.’
- ‘What implications does that have for interlibrary loan?’
- ‘It's amazing what you can get through an interlibrary loan.’
- ‘Peripheral clusters entailed temporary, rather than permanent, access by being obtained from local libraries or through interlibrary loan.’
- ‘These records are not available on interlibrary loan and so it would therefore be necessary to visit the library in person or to write requesting information.’
- ‘If you find titles of interest, you may obtain them through your local library on interlibrary loan.’
- ‘Other libraries should be able to obtain copies via interlibrary loan.’
- ‘Libraries have done so with great success in cataloging, interlibrary loan, and content.’
- ‘I spend a lot of time making interlibrary loans and collecting stuff from archives.’
- ‘If these libraries could not supply the titles, interlibrary loan was not offered except through the local public library.’
- ‘The references proved fairly easy to locate through the Internet and interlibrary loans.’
- ‘It offers a variety of ways to get at the texts, including library call numbers and interlibrary loan where needed, and also citation information in some cases.’
- ‘For one assignment, I asked the geology librarian if she could obtain a creationist publication for me by interlibrary loan.’
- ‘Using interlibrary loan is a common practice for accessing books and journal articles, but few libraries are willing to circulate sound recordings or rare archival material.’
- ‘It could also be available at larger public libraries, or ordered on interlibrary loan.’
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.
From Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, discover surprising and intriguing language facts from around the globe.
The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.