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Ex Libris is a Latin phrase, meaning literally "from/out of the books". It is often used to indicate ownership or source of a book, as in "from the books of..." or "from the library of..."
Ex Libris or XLibris may also refer to:
- A bookplate, which is also sometimes known as an ex libris
- Ex Libris (band), a female-fronted progressive metal band from the Netherlands
- Ex Libris (bookshop), a bookshop chain in Switzerland owned by the Migros group
- Ex Libris (Charmed), an episode of the television series Charmed
- Ex Libris (game), a word game
- Ex Libris: Confessions of a Common Reader, a collection of essays by Anne Fadiman
- Ex Libris Group, a provider of library automation systems
- XLibris is a digital paper technology developed by FXPAL
- Xlibris is a self-publishing and on-demand printing services provider based in Bloomington, Indiana
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