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DLBDictionary of Literary Biography (Gale)
DLBDementia with Lewy Bodies
DLBDelray Beach (Amtrak station code; Delray Beach, FL)
DLBDynamic Loop Buffer
DLBDigital Library
DLBDouble Layered Buffer
DLBDhanlaxmi Bank (India)
DLBDon't Look Back
DLBDans le Bleu (French: In the Blue)
DLBDynamic Load Balancing
DLBDerrick Lay Barge (offshore construction)
DLBDigital Loopback
DLBDownline Builder (multi-level marketing)
DLBDead-Letter Box (espionage tradecraft; aka dead drop)
DLBDidier le Besque (French dance company)
DLBDocks de Limeil Brévannés (French concrete recycler)
DLBDécoupe Laser Béton (French: Laser Cutting Concrete)
DLBDigital Lecture Board (University of Mannheim, Germany)
DLBDock Labour Board (India and Pakistan)
DLBDual Leaky Bucket
DLBData Loopback
DLBDual Live Buffer
DLBDirectline for Business
DLBDigital Logic Board (circuitry)
DLBDefect Liability Bond
DLBDirect Laryngobronchoscopy
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Offering a variety of means for readers to become familiar, or more familiar, with Marcel Proust, this is number 371 in the esteemed Dictionary of Literary Biography series.
in Miller, Dictionary of Literary Biography 260-63.
Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 352: Twentieth-Century British Humorists, ed.
Turner includes a few paragraphs on each of the publishers, mainly derived from the two Dictionary of Literary Biography volumes on American literary publishing houses, volumes 46 and 49.
Taylor and New view Astell's letters less as a critique of Norris' position--as Hill and more recently Jacqueline Broad, in her entry to the Dictionary of Literary Biography present it--and more as a supportive and civil request for clarification (pp.
258 ('Modern French Poets') of the Dictionary of Literary Biography (Detroit, San Francisco, and London: Gale, 2002)).
Bowers" in Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 17: Twentieth-Century American Historians, ed.
Even having had my own two novels published in two succeeding years by a recognized publisher and a citation in the Dictionary of Literary Biography Yearbook: 2002 in its "Outstanding Novels," getting reviews and opportunities to share the books have been like the proverbial "pulling teeth.
com); major entries can be found in the Dictionary of Literary Biography, volumes 15 (1983) and 139 (1994).
In fact, his literary activity has been commented on by scholars such as Pier Paolo Pasolini ("Un poeta in molisano" in Passione e ideologia, Milano, 1960), Ernesto Giammarco (Storia della cultura e della letteratura abruzzese, Roma, 1969), Franco Brevini (Le parole perdute, Torino, 1990), Luigi Bonaffini ("Eugenio Cirese" in Twentieth-Century Italian Poets, First Series, Dictionary of Literary Biography, Detroit, 1991), and by Luigi Biscardi ("Eugenio Cirese" in La poesia dialettale del Molise.
The pioneering plan allows libraries to purchase, rather than lease, electronic archives of Gale content such as Contemporary Authors, Dictionary of Literary Biography, the Biography Resource Center, and Literature Resource Center.
The plan allows libraries to purchase, rather than lease, electronic archives of such Gale content as Contemporary Authors, Dictionary of Literary Biography, the Biography Resource Center, and Literature Resource Center.
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