Welcome to Bookmarker!

This is a personal project by @dellsystem. I built this to help me retain information from the books I'm reading. Currently can only be used by a single user (myself), but I plan to extend it to support multiple users eventually.

Source code on GitHub (MIT license).

(noun) a transverse drain

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fell with a click on a stone culvert below

—p.29 3 (28) default author
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fell with a click on a stone culvert below

—p.29 3 (28) default author
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(noun, Greek mythology) protective mantle of Zeus given to Athena

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the person under whose aegis you'd first experienced chocolate

—p.31 3 (28) default author
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the person under whose aegis you'd first experienced chocolate

—p.31 3 (28) default author
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(verb) to form or move in waves; fluctuate / (verb) to rise and fall in volume, pitch, or cadence / (verb) to present a wavy appearance / (verb) to cause to move in a wavy, sinuous, or flowing manner

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the corporate accountant with the unbelievable undulating daughter

on Mindy

—p.57 5 (57) default author
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the corporate accountant with the unbelievable undulating daughter

on Mindy

—p.57 5 (57) default author
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(noun) a branch of metaphysics concerned with the nature and relations of being / (noun) a particular theory about the nature of being or the kinds of things that have existence

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achieving full ontological status only in subsequent union

on kissing Lenore

—p.59 5 (57) default author
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achieving full ontological status only in subsequent union

on kissing Lenore

—p.59 5 (57) default author
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(psychoanalysis) the process of investment of mental or emotional energy in a person, object, or idea

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Lenore's own private well of emotional cathex

not entirely sure of the meaning here

—p.60 5 (57) default author
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Lenore's own private well of emotional cathex

not entirely sure of the meaning here

—p.60 5 (57) default author
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(noun) an elementary individual substance which reflects the order of the world and from which material properties are derived (coined by Leibniz)

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This was the world the monadic Vance Virogous received and mirrored through himself

not really sure what it means in this context

—p.76 5 (57) default author
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This was the world the monadic Vance Virogous received and mirrored through himself

not really sure what it means in this context

—p.76 5 (57) default author
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(adjective) of or relating to animal fat / (adjective) fat

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apostate from the cause of adiposity

basically, people trying to lose weight (Norman discussing buying and revamping a Weight Watchers branch)

—p.82 6 (81) default author
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apostate from the cause of adiposity

basically, people trying to lose weight (Norman discussing buying and revamping a Weight Watchers branch)

—p.82 6 (81) default author
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a person who renounces a religious or political belief or principle; the general form is "apostasy"

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not a single little smug psalm-singing baggy-skinned apostate

—p.82 6 (81) default author
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not a single little smug psalm-singing baggy-skinned apostate

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(verb) to bring out (as something latent) / (verb) deduce

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She's not even produced, she's educed.

Lenore on characters in a story

—p.122 8 (116) default author
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She's not even produced, she's educed.

Lenore on characters in a story

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(noun) a frame of latticework used as a screen or as a support for climbing plants / (noun) a construction (as a summerhouse) chiefly of latticework / (noun) an arrangement that forms or gives the effect of a lattice / (verb) to provide with a trellis / (verb) to train (as a vine) on a trellis / (verb) to cross or interlace on or through; interweave

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"I see a trellis I have to climb."

Patrice LaVache speaking in a therapy session

—p.133 8 (116) default author
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"I see a trellis I have to climb."

Patrice LaVache speaking in a therapy session

—p.133 8 (116) default author
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