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- The Library is intended to be a quiet environment to facilitate study and research. Respect the rights of others and keep the noise level to a minimum.
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- To minimize the risk of theft of personal belongings do not leave any such items unattended in the Library. Report losses or suspected thefts at the Circulation Desk.
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