Recent Examples of librarian from the Web
A pair of librarians sorted cards with pained faces.
In 1958, librarian Elva Haskett made efforts to add the mobile service to the library system, according to the city’s website.
THIS BEAUTIFUL FANTASTIC A reclusive librarian's outlook is changed when her cranky neighbor, a horticulturist, forces her to clean up her overrun backyard.
Libby, with an icon that looks like a friendly librarian, is designed to hook people who don't habitually read or use their local library.
Perhaps the next step will be encouraging teachers and librarians to teach kids defensive social-media skills.
The bride’s mother, a collage artist, retired as a children’s librarian, most recently at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Day School in Washington.
Teachers, librarians, guidance counselors, principals and assistant principals in public, private and parochial schools are eligible to apply.
Storytime at the library is interrupted by an oncoming tornado, and the librarian moves everyone to the basement and tells the famous Kansas tornado tale.
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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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