[Noun] A very large, heavy book.
Example: The book shelf was beginning to bend under the weight of such a tome.
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[n] - a (usually) large and scholarly book
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Tome noun [ French tome (cf. Italian , Spanish , & Portuguese tomo ), Latin tomus , from Greek ... a piece cut off, a part of a book, a volume, akin to ... to cup, and perhaps to Latin tondere to shear, English tonsure...
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noun a (usually) large and scholarly book
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• (n.) As many writings as are bound in a volume, forming part of a larger work; a book; -- usually applied to a ponderous volume.
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(from the article `Chalcedon, Council of`) ...the creed of Constantinople (381; subsequently known as the Nicene Creed), two letters of Cyril against Nestorius, which insisted on the unity of ... ...their depredations in the city. His aforementioned intervention in the doctrinal controversy among Ea...
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tome (Greek) A cut-off piece. A large book, or one book of a multi-volume work.
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A tome is a large book, especially one volume of a multi-volume scholarly work. It may also refer to: ==Places== ==People== ==Games== ==Other== ...
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This French word for cheese is native to the Haute Savoie section of France. The word precedes the names of certain cheeses, such as Tome de Savoie or Tome de Beaumont. The Tomes have much in common with the washed-rind cheeses produced in the monasteries of France.
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Tomé is a port city and commune in the Biobío Region of Chile. It is bordered by Coelemu to the north, Ránquil and Florida to the east, Penco to the south, and the Pacific Ocean to the west. The local economy is based mainly on textile manufacturing and fishing industry. ==History== ===27 Februa...
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[disambiguation] Tomé is a Portuguese and Spanish version of the name Thomas. It can refer to ==São Tomé and Príncipe== see List of São Tomé and Príncipe-related topics ==Other places== ==People== ...
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1) 'give it ... straight' 2) 'sock it ...-!' 3) 'sock it ...!' 4) 'that's news ..' 5) 'war and peace,' e.g. 6) 1,000-pager, e.g. 7) A lot of volume? 8) A-b or c-d, e.g. 9) A-e, maybe 10) A-k or l-z, e.g. 11) Bibliophile's p...
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