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  • a  of or relating to bibliophiles

  • Since then, as one of Europe's most talked-about choreographers, she has been busy constructing her own five-foot shelf of bibliophilic ballets: Medea, Romeo and Juliet, Miss Julie.
  • Son of a successful businessman, Collector Wise succumbed to the bibliophilic passion early, sometimes went without his supper to buy some treasurelet from a secondhand bookstall.
  • Biography and Dearborn's own war diary were being distributed last week to members of Chicago's bibliophilic Caxton Club (Revolutionary War Journals of Henry Dearborn, on sale .

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