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Interlibrary Loan or ILL is a system by which libraries borrow publications from other libraries.

WorldCat is a group of more than 74,000 libraries.

Books, articles, or audio/visuals can possibly be borrowed through the ILL service.

Interlibrary loan. (2000). In Collins English Dictionary  


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