A partially partitioned nook in or near the stacks in a library, used for private study.
A partially partitioned area for learning or reading, often in a library.
See quarrel, an arrow.
Same as 4th carol.
a table partitioned by vertical boards into small places where someone may read or learn with reduced distraction from tasks nearby. They've been utilized especially in libraries. Additionally, the definition of can be used to refer to one partition of these a table. Related etymologically on 4th carol.
Same as quarrel.
A mixed textile of silk and worsted found in the sixteenth century.
[Appar. a ‘square’ inclosure; but cf. carol.] A closet or pew in a monastery.
identical to carol.
Same as carol.
small specific research location in a library
French physician and biologist which developed an approach to suture and graft bloodstream (1873-1944)