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).

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(noun) a chiefly French verse form running on two rhymes and consisting typically of five tercets and a quatrain in which the first and third lines of the opening tercet recur alternately at the end of the other tercets and together as the last two lines of the quatrain / (noun) a 16th century Italian part-song in an intentionally unsophisticated style / (noun) an instrumental piece in the style of a rustic dance

a domineering, violent, or bad-tempered woman

plural of virtuoso

from Italian virtuoso; requiring a high level of technical skill

a force acting from behind (used in cardiology)

(noun) a member of the western division of the Goths (nomadic tribes of Germanic peoples known for invading various parts of Europe)

(verb) to make faulty or defective; impair / (verb) to debase in moral or aesthetic status / (verb) to make ineffective

(noun) a skin disorder manifested by smooth white spots on various parts of the body

(noun) sustained and bitter railing and condemnation; vituperative utterance / (noun) an act or instance of vituperating

the quality of talking fluently, readily, or incessantly; talkativeness

(noun) a sworn adherent / (noun) devotee / (noun) a devoted admirer / (noun) a devout or zealous worshipper / (noun) a staunch believer or advocate

aka the National Labor Relations Act of 1935; a foundational statute of US labor law which guarantees basic rights of private sector employees to organize into trade unions, engage in collective bargaining for better terms and conditions at work, and take collective action including strike if necessary

relating to or characteristic of the operas of German composer Richard Wagner

(noun) alternative way of saying "Walpurgisnacht" or "Walpurgis Night", meaning Witches' Night; feast day of Saint Walpurga

referring to the theories of 19th-century Swiss economist Leon Walras (that relative prices can find a system-wide or general equilibrium)

obtain (something that is desired) by persuading others to comply or by manipulating events

a security that entitles the holder to buy the underlying stock of the issuing company at a fixed price called exercise price until the expiry date; similar to options (not sure of the difference)

a set of 10 economic policy prescriptions considered to constitute the "standard" reform package promoted for crisis-wracked developing countries by Washington, D.C.–based institutions like the IMF and the World Bank (in a nutshell, neoliberalism); term first used in 1989 by English economist John Williamson

(noun) the vault of the sky; firmament / (noun) the celestial abode of God or the gods; heaven / (noun) the upper atmosphere

(German for worldview) a particular philosophy or view of life; the worldview of an individual or group

(verb) writhe toss / (verb) wallow / (verb) to rise and fall or toss about in or with waves / (verb) to become deeply sunk, soaked, or involved / (verb) to be in turmoil / (noun) a state of wild disorder; turmoil / (noun) a chaotic mass or jumble

a feeling of melancholy and world-weariness; coined by German author Jean Paul

complain persistently and in a peevish or irritating way

a strike undertaken by unionized workers without union leadership's authorization, support, or approval; sometimes termed an unofficial industrial action

an American novelist; one of the first and most important American postmodern writers