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RBDRebelde (Mexican Novela)
RBDREM (Rapid Eye Movement) Behavior Disorder
RBDRADOS (reliable Autonomous Distributed Object Store) Block Device
RBDRecurrent Brief Depression (mental disorder)
RBDRegional Business Director (various locations)
RBDRule Based Definition
RBDRescue Boot Disk
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RBDRefined, Bleached and Deodorized (cooking oils)
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RBDRalph Brown Draughon (Auburn University; Alabama)
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RBDRare Bleeding Disorder
RBDRichard Beneke Designs (South Africa)
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RBDReliability Based Decoding
RBDRod Break Down
RBDRed Bull Division (gaming clan)
RBDRight Brain-Damaged Patient
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The book is illustrated with color images of pieces in the University of Minnesota's Special Collections and Rare Books department; the Children's Literature Research Collections; and the Kerlan Collection of the University of Minnesota's Andersen Library.
Salcedo Auctions lived up to its "praise releases" recently by setting new auction records in the Rare Books department. Last month a first edition of Rizal's "Noli Me Tangere," published in Berlin in 1887, was put on the block with an estimate of P300350,000; it sold at a whopping hammer price of P6 million.
In exchange Cardiff would get a pair of facsimiles, expertly produced by the National Library's rare books department.
The short phase before had been spent unbound, boxed and largely inaccessible in the safe of the State Library Rare Books department for fifteen years.
The library's manuscript department is presenting the Gospel of Elisavetgrad of 1600 and rare manuscripts of works by Gogol, Dostoyevsky and Chekhov, with the rare books department exhibiting 15th century West European incunabula and a collection of first editions by Giorano Bruno, reports RIA Novosti.
36, they inevitably lead to a conclusion that the only truly authentic way of reading certain Shakespeare plays is to get hold of a copy of the First Folio, which will be most unwelcome to librarians in charge of the rare books department.