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CUL.

Last seen on: Premier Sunday – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Mar 24 2019

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Cambridge University Library is the main research library of the University of Cambridge in England. It is also the largest of 114 libraries within the University.[1] The Library is a major scholarly resource for the members of the University of Cambridge and external researchers. It is often referred to within the University as the UL.[2] Twenty-one affiliate libraries are associated with the University Library for the purpose of central governance and administration.


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Cambridge University Library is one of the six legal deposit libraries under UK law.[3] The Library holds approximately 8 million items (including maps and sheet music) and, through legal deposit, purchase and donation it receives around 100,000 items every year. The University Library is unique among the legal deposit libraries in keeping a large proportion of its material on open access and in allowing some categories of reader to borrow from its collections.

Its original location was the Old Schools near the Senate House until it outgrew the space there and a new library building was constructed in the 1930s. The library took over the site of a First World War military hospital, the First Eastern General,[4] on the western side of Cambridge city centre, now between Robinson College and the Memorial Court of Clare College.

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