Recent Examples of librarian from the Web
It was inspired by Gail Gilbert, the art librarian at the University of Louisville Library and contained 130 beautiful Friedman photographs.
Teachers, librarians, guidance counselors, principals and assistant principals in public, private and parochial schools are eligible to apply.
A pair of librarians sorted cards with pained faces.
Boese, a 52-year-old law librarian, is the second Democrat to challenge the first-term lawmaker.
The group brings together teachers, students, scholars, librarians, archivists, filmmakers and museum curators to make the city’s history more accessible.
In 1958, librarian Elva Haskett made efforts to add the mobile service to the library system, according to the city’s website.
The award recognizes a librarian’s distinguished service and leadership in the school library.
THIS BEAUTIFUL FANTASTIC A reclusive librarian's outlook is changed when her cranky neighbor, a horticulturist, forces her to clean up her overrun backyard.
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First Known Use of librarian
LIBRARIAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of librarian for English Language Learners
: a person who works in a library
LIBRARIAN Defined for Kids
Definition of librarian for Students
: a person in charge of a library
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