After all, who can now say that the “system” has shut out the lib Dems?
She was in New York during the swinging ‘60s—and a well-respected female editor during the years of Women’s lib.
In contrast to that finale, That Girl ends with Ann Marie taking her fiancé to a Women's lib meeting.
Some lib Dem supporters sought to dismiss the allegations as overblown.
Nick Clegg, the lib Dem Deputy Prime Minister, attacked the Conservatives for their predictable response to the report.
Such as play and sport it at the muss are excusable in and by law, lib.
We crept to the back of the bower, and lib leaned over and looked in.
Many Testimonies of the like nature we find in Gregorius Turen whereof we shall cite only these few following, lib.
Then after awhile I strolls down to the lib'ry and makes myself to home some more.
Surely the reference is to Valerius Maximus, who at least tells some anecdotes of Caesar; lib.
1969, American English, shortening of liberation, used with possessives, originally in Women's Lib. Colloquial shortening libber for liberationist is attested from 1971.
Library. In Unix, the directories /lib and /usr/lib traditionally contain files with filename extension ".lib" that are special archives containing modules of standard object code. In modern Unixes the same directories contain ".so" (shared object) files, which are similar except that the object code they contain is designed to be loaded once and shared by all application code that needs it, thus saving memory.