Pronunciation: (kar'ul), [key]
1. Also called cubicle, stall. a small recess or enclosed area in a library stack, designed for individual study or reading.
2. a table or desk with three sides extending above the writing surface to serve as partitions, designed for individual study, as in a library. Also,car'rell.
Pronunciation: (ku-rel', kar'ul; Fr. ka-rel'), [key]
A•lex•is Pronunciation: (u-lek'sis; Fr. a-lek-sē'), [key] 1873–1944, French surgeon and biologist, in U.S. 1905–39: Nobel prize 1912.
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