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Veronica Wilkinson

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Joined in October 2019

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Libraries and Library History
Books and Literature

Why don't libraries smell like bookstores?

I assume you’re referring to the difference between the glorious mustiness of a library and the glorious plasticy newness of a bookstore. That’s probably due to the fact that as paper ages, the cellulose within it decays, letting off that sweet, sweet book smell. Bookstore books haven’t had as much time to decay (unless it’s a used bookstore), leading to that different smell.

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Health

Is the CDC a government agency?

The Center for Disease Control is an agency of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services.

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Germany in WW2
Anne Frank

Who is Anne Franks's dad?

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2020 Presidential Campaign
Elections and Voting

How can i watch the presidential debat last night?

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2020 Presidential Campaign
Elections and Voting

What time is the us presidential debate?

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