Definition of Bookbinder. Meaning of Bookbinder. Synonyms of Bookbinder

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Definition of Bookbinder

Bookbinder
Bookbinder Book"bind`er, n. One whose occupation is to bind books.

Meaning of Bookbinder from wikipedia

- interesting to observe that the main problems faced by the m****-production bookbinder are the same as those that confronted the medieval craftsman or the modern...
- Bookbinder is someone who binds books. Bookbinder may also refer to: Alan Bookbinder (born 1956), British journalist and Master of Downing College, Cambridge...
- Bookbinder's soup, also known as snapper soup, is a type of seafood soup originating in the United States at Old Original Bookbinder's restaurant in Philadelphia...
- Old Original Bookbinder's was a seafood restaurant at 125 Walnut Street in Philadelphia. It was known for its lobsters and its Bookbinder's soup. The restaurant...
- Elkie Brooks (born Elaine Bookbinder, 25 February 1945) is an English singer. She was a vocalist with the bands Dada and Vinegar Joe, and later became...
- Alan Peter Bookbinder (born 16 March 1956) is a British journalist, charity executive, and academic administrator. Since October 2018, he has served as...
- William Matthews was a prominent American bookbinder called "the most famous bookbinder America has produced". Matthews was born in Scotland in 1822....
- identifiable bookbinder in America, known for binding Eliot's Indian Bible in 1663. Ratcliff, who came from London, England, worked as a bookbinder in Boston...
- Charles Lewis (1786–1836) was a prominent English bookbinder. Born in London, Lewis was fourth son of Johann Ludwig, a political refugee from Hanover,...
- Roger Payne (1739 – 20 November 1797) was a noted English bookbinder, thought to have originated a new style. Payne was born at Windsor, learned binding...
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