The first is that Cook's fiction is not mentioned in Sheila Egoff and Alvine Belisle's Notable Canadian Children's Books, a catalogue published in 1973 to accompany an exhibit by that name at the National Library of Canada (127).
What does NLOC stand for?
NLOC stands for National Library of Canada (Ontario, Canada)
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We have 3 other meanings of NLOC in our Acronym Attic
- No Lazy Offense
- No Load Operation (computer power supplies)
- Nobody Likes Onions (website)
- Non-Linear Optimization (mathematics)
- Nonlinear Optics
- Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie (Russian: New Literary Observer; journal)
- National Latino Officers Association of America (Brooklyn, NY)
- Newfoundland and Labrador Outfitters Association (Canada)
- Notarized Letter of Authorization
- Needle-Localized Open Biopsy
- National Lightning Owners Club
- Near Loss of Consciousness
- Noncommented Lines Of Code
- Norsk Lisens for Offentlige Data (Norwegian: Norwegian Licence for Public Data)
- In Light of Eternity
- Nassau Lionel Operating Engineers (Levittown, NY)
- New Leaf Outreach to Elders (San Francisco, CA)
- New Levels of Elevation (band; Atlanta, GA)
- Number of Limit Orders
- National Letter of Intent (signed by students expressing an intention to attend a college)
Samples in periodicals archive:
16) Established on I January 1953 by act of Parliament, the National Library of Canada emerged from the Canadian Bibliographic Centre, which began in 1950.
2) Origins of Library and Archives Canada and of its Music Holdings The origins of Library and Archives Canada (LAC) date back to 1872 with the establishment of an archival collection and in 1950 a library; the latter was initially identified as the Canadian Bibliographic Centre but renamed the National Library of Canada in 1953.
Thesis papers are routinely deposited with the National Library of Canada once a university accepts them.
As Terry Kuny of the National Library of Canada suggested in 1998: "As we move into the electronic era of digital objects, it is important to know that there are new barbarians at the gate and that we are moving into an era where much of what we know today, much of what is coded and written electronically, will be lost forever.
A search in the Library and Archives Canada database (formerly the National Library of Canada, online at http://www.
Many communities have one institution that is museum, library, cultural centre-and sometimes it is the school," said Deborah Pelletier, co-ordinator of Aboriginal Resources and Services for the National Library of Canada.
For example, the National Library of Canada offers a fellowship program in which Charlotte MacLaurin of Concordia University participated for two months.