Usage examples for WEBSITES

  1. Patrons could check opening hours, browse the online catalog, and surf on a broad selection of websites on various topics. – Booknology: The eBook (1971-2010) by Marie Lebert
  2. In 1995, newspapers and magazines began offering websites with a partial or full version of their latest issue - available freely or through free or paid subscription - as well as online archives. – Booknology: The eBook (1971-2010) by Marie Lebert
  3. In September 2000, the site was among the top 100 websites in the world. – Booknology: The eBook (1971-2010) by Marie Lebert
  4. In 2008, Wikipedia was in the top five websites – Booknology: The eBook (1971-2010) by Marie Lebert
  5. As stated on both websites Remember that there is no commitment expected on this site. – Project Gutenberg (1971-2005) by Marie Lebert
  6. In 2010, Project Gutenberg offered more than 33, 000 high- quality ebooks being downloaded by the tens of thousands every day, and websites in the United States, in Australia, in Europe, and in Canada, with 40 mirror sites worldwide. – 40 years / 40 años / 40 ans by Marie Lebert