Recent Examples of librarian from the Web
And a public health emergency provides access to the Public Health Emergency Fund, which has... $57,000 in it, about what an average librarian makes in a year.
While in Kansas City producers will visit various literary and historic sites in the area, interview local librarians, non-fiction authors and conduct educational and community outreach, the statement said.
Once there, local characters from the mayor to the librarian help such tech-forward city folks adjust to country life in the hopes this new car can put the town on the global map.
About 2,000 kids, parents, teachers and librarians are expected.
Carol Hutchinson was a librarian, Vicky Rubis a schoolteacher, Mary Ellen Krause worked at the town bank, one of the sparkplugs who kept our hometown's enormous Halloween parade going all these years.
Bueche said the idea for holding the Doctor Who Day came from Catherine Blair, the middle school services librarian.
Between 1989 and 1991, a 250,000-page stash of books and documents was uncovered in St. George Church in Vilnius, saved by church librarian Antennas Ulpis, who had secretly stored them in the basement.
The bride’s mother is a librarian at Aquinas High School in the Bronx.
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LIBRARIAN Defined for English Language Learners
LIBRARIAN Defined for Kids
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