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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbookendbook‧end /ˈbʊkend/ noun [countable usually plural]  DHFone of a pair of objects that you put at the end of a row of books to prevent them from falling over
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bookendHood ornaments of streamlined nymphs bearing tiny globes stood as bookends to his Architectural Digests.The onyx was shipped to Tijuana to be fabricated into bookends, chessmen and other tourist kitsch.
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