Librarian in a sentence

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Definition of Librarian

  • One who has the care or charge of a library.
  • a professional person trained in library science and engaged in library services

How to use librarian in a sentence. Librarian pronunciation.

TO FRANCIS THORNTON BARRETT, CHIEF LIBRARIAN, MITCHELL LIBRARY, GLASGOW, THIS LITTLE BOOK, WITH FRIENDLY GREETINGS, IS INSCRIBED.
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F. Flower, Esq, Librarian of Antiquarian Society, _Worcester,_ Mass." (forty miles from you, they say), and that will at once bring them.
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The Translator avails himself of his privilege of offering a few prefatory words, chiefly in order to express the deep obligation under which he lies to the Rev. John Laing, Librarian in the New College, Edinburgh, for the valuable assistance which he afforded to him in the translation of this work.
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So write the girls in Melvil Dewey's Academy for Librarians, at Albany-God bless them all!-they all write like Dewey.
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Chief Librarian for the Parliament of the Commonwealth, for his courteous assistance.
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It was entered, according to the Act of Congress in the year 1900 by Horace C. Fry, in the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington, D.C. (3) REFERENCES 1.
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Through the kindness of the Jewish Publication Society of America and the Intercollegiate Menorah Association, and by its own additions, the Society has placed a collection of books in the University library, which, according to the Librarian's statement, is used more frequently than is any other collection of books placed in the library by a society.
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He was befriended by Sir W. Hooker, and employed as assistant librarian by Sir J. Banks.
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In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D. C.
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At the top of the stairs they saw in the distance, at the end of the passage on to which open the readers' studies, each with its lining of folios and its oaken lattice, a librarian, who nodded to David, and took a look at Dora.
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The pretty handmaid knows my books almost as if she were my librarian, and I don't doubt she would have found it if I had given only the name on the back.
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The strange things she read, books which came down to her from the shelves with a thickness of dust upon them; histories of Greece and Rome ('Not much asked for, these,' said the librarian), translations of old classics, the Koran, Mosheim's 'Ecclesiastical History,' works of Swedenborg, all the poetry she could lay hands on, novels not a few.
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Numerous acts of kindness and co-operation, received while preparing the work for the press, have rendered the task very pleasant; and while the author has endeavoured to acknowledge, in a great many instances, the courtesies received, when noticing the particular occasion on which such assistance was rendered, he would desire generally to record his thanks to the owners of historic mansions, the officials of our Museums, the Clerks of City Companies, Librarians, and others, to whom he is indebted.
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An illustration of the carved screen supporting the Minstrels' Gallery in the older Hall is given by permission of Mr. William R. Douthwaite, librarian of the "Inn," for whose work, "Gray's Inn, its History and Associations," it was specially prepared.
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In preparing this preface I have enjoyed the assistance of Mrs. Lucile Dickert Mobley, Dickert's only surviving child; Mrs. A.S. Wells, a niece, of 1120 West 46 St., Minneapolis, Minn.; Mrs. Kathleen S. Fesperman, librarian of Newberry College; Inabinett, librarian, South Caroliniana Library, University of South Carolina, and his student aide, Miss Laura Rickenbacker; and Robert J. and Mary E. Younger, owners of the Morningside Bookshop, Dayton, Ohio.
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If you're a teacher or librarian and you want a free copy of Little Brother, email freelittlebrother@gmail.com with your name and the name and address of your school.
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If you enjoyed the electronic edition of Little Brother and you want to donate something to say thanks, go to http://craphound.com/littlebrother/donate/ and find a teacher or librarian you want to support.
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Every one of them has an arphid - Radio Frequency ID tag - glued into its binding, which makes it possible for the librarians to check out the books by waving them over a reader, and lets a library shelf tell you if any of the books on it are out of place.
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He's a mild-mannered librarian by profession, but he'd been a real radical in the sixties and wrestled a little in high school.
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In the Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington.
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Examples of Librarian

Example #1
Cynics may ask, how many have profited by the innumerable proverbs and maxims of prudence which have been current in the world time out of mind?
Example #2
They will say that their only use is to repeat them after some unhappy wight has “gone wrong.
Example #3
I never in my life was so near choked; swimming in this mother of Dead Dogs, and a long spell of it still ahead!
Example #4
I have reason to fear they are still loitering somewhere, or at least have long loitered sorrow on them!
Example #5
Any observation on the work itself or its Author would be superfluous, if not presumptuous, considering the high position which Dr Hengstenberg holds as a Biblical Scholar.
Example #6
As the representative of the world's power, at the time then present, Asshur appears in v. 4, 5.