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Books Category Domain Names For Sale

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advertspace.com£150,000.00more...
autowise.eu £20000.00more...
beatlestory.com£25,000.00more...
blogzone.co.uk£4000.00more...
booklink.eu£38,000.00more...
culturecoin.com£8,500.00more...
erecord.eu £48,000.00 more...
eurosage.com£15,000.00more...
know.eu.com£35000.00more...
lawsmart.co.uk £20000.00more...
lawsmart.net £500,000.00more...
maltasmart.com£100,000.00more...
motorsmart.co.uk £20000.00more...
myuk.mobi£2,000,000.00 more...
open2.mobi£100,000.00 more...
partnersmart.com£30,000.00 more...
recordsmart.com£35,000.00more...
shopxxx.mobi£3,000,000.00 more...
slovensky.mobi£500,000.00 more...
tokyos.mobi£4,000,000.00 more...
toptoy.mobi£3,000,000.00 more...
ubusiness.mobi£750,000.00 more...
webwalk.mobi£3,000,000.00 more...
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Definition of Books: A book can be produced in electronic format is known as an e-book, A book is a collection of paper, parchment or other material with text, pictures, or both written on them, usually bound together along one edge within covers. Each side of a sheet is called a page and a single sheet within a book may be called a leaf. A book is also a literary work or a main division of such a work.  In library and information science, a book is called a monograph to distinguish it from serial periodicals such as magazines, journals or newspapers.

An example of references to book:

  • e-book a book ususally viewed on the internet.
  •  a written or printed work of fiction or nonfiction, usually on sheets of paper fastened or bound together within covers. 
  •  a number of sheets of blank or ruled paper bound together for writing, recording business transactions, etc. 
  •  a division of a literary work, esp. one of the larger divisions. 
  • the Book, the Bible. 
  • Music. the text or libretto of an opera, operetta, or musical. 
  •  books. book of account. 
  • Jazz. the total repertoire of a band. 
  • a script or story for a play. 
  • a record of bets, as on a horse race. 
  • Cards. the number of basic tricks or cards that must be taken before any trick or card counts in the score. 
  • a set or packet of tickets, checks, stamps, matches, etc., bound together like a book. 
  •  anything that serves for the recording of facts or events: The petrified tree was a book of Nature. 
  • Sports. a collection of facts and information about the usual playing habits, weaknesses, methods, etc., of an opposing team or player, esp. in baseball: The White Sox book on Mickey Mantle cautioned pitchers to keep the ball fast and high. 
  • Stock Exchange. a. the customers served by each registered representative in a brokerage house.
  • a loose-leaf binder kept by a specialist to record orders to buy and sell stock at specified prices. 
  • a pile or package of leaves, as of tobacco. 
  •  Mineralogy. a thick block or crystal of mica. 
  •  a magazine: used esp. in magazine publishing. 
  •  book value. 
  • Slang. bookmaker
  •  the book, a. a set of rules, conventions, or standards: The solution was not according to the book but it served the purpose. 
  •  the telephone book: I've looked him up, but he's not in the book. 
  •  to enter in a book or list; record; register. 
  •  to reserve or make a reservation for (book a table at a restaurant, a hotel room, passage on a ship, etc.)
  • The travel agent booked us for next week's cruise. 
  •  to engage for one or more performances. 
  • to enter an official charge against (an arrested suspect) on a police register. 
  • to act as a bookmaker for (a bettor, bet, or sum of money):
  • to register one's name. 
  •  of or pertaining to a book or books: the book department; a book salesman. 
  • derived or learned from or based on books: a book knowledge of sailing. 
  • book out, to sign out, as at a job. 
  • by the book, according to the correct or established form; in the usual manner: an unimaginative individual who does everything by the book. 
  •  close the books, to balance accounts at the end of an accounting period; settle accounts. 
  • cook the books,
  •  in one's bad books, out of favour; disliked by someone: . 
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