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/līˈbre(ə)rēən/,
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librarians, plural;
  1. A person, typically with a degree in library science, who administers or assists in a library


  1. a professional person trained in library science and engaged in library services
  2. (library) a room where books are kept; "they had brandy in the library"
  3. (library) a collection of literary documents or records kept for reference or borrowing
  4. (library) a depository built to contain books and other materials for reading and study
  5. (library) (computing) a collection of standard programs and subroutines that are stored and available for immediate use
  6. A librarian is an information professional trained in library and information science, which is the organization and management of information services or materials for those with information needs. ...
  7. The Unseen University (UU) is a school of wizardry in Terry Pratchett's Discworld series of fantasy novels. Located in the city of Ankh-Morpork , the UU is staffed by a faculty composed of mostly indolent and inept old wizards. The university's name is a pun on the Invisible College. ...
  8. The Librarian is a series of made-for-TV original movies from TNT starring Noah Wyle as a librarian who protects a secret collection of artifacts.
  9. A library is a collection of sources, resources, and services, and the structure in which it is housed; it is organized for use and maintained by a public body, an institution, or a private individual. In the more traditional sense, a library is a collection of books. ...
  10. (Library (biology)) In molecular biology, a library is a collection of DNA fragments that is stored and propagated in a population of micro-organisms through the process of molecular cloning. ...
  11. (Library (Chadron, Nebraska)) The Mari Sandoz High Plains Heritage Center is a museum dedicated to the life and works of author Mari Sandoz, and to the High Plains region in which Sandoz grew up, and which was the setting of many of her fictional and non-fictional works. ...
  12. The keeper, manager of a library; One who cares for the publications, files etc. in a library, whether staff or volunteer; A person who processes and organizes information
  13. (library) An institution which holds books and/or other forms of stored information for use by the public or qualified people. ...
  14. (Librarians) Those who are employed in the capacity of directing library operations or working in a position that usually requires professional training or skills in all aspects of library work, as distinct from clerical work.
  15. (Libraries) A number of libraries are operational including the regional library and Swami Vivekanand Library (formerly British Library)
  16. (Libraries) Provision and support of public library facilities and services.
  17. (Libraries) The University has library branches available to students on all campuses. Visit our Library page for information on operating times, locations and other services.
  18. (26. LIBRARIES) Check out your community library (and its many branches), plus any university colleges.
  19. (Libraries (queries and reports)) Sets of programs that have been created, fully tested, quality assured, documented, and made available to the user community. The programs in these libraries are variously called canned, predefined, parameterized, or skeleton queries/reports. ...
  20. (Libraries) 1993-1994 Connecticut State Library. Connecticut Public Library Statistical Summary, July 1993- June 1994. Numbers reflect only the main public library. Branches are not included in any of the statistics.
  21. (Libraries) Catalogue (renewals, reservations), Lending services, Membership, more...
  22. (Libraries) Hold a wealth of information usually in a variety of formats (paper, electronic, audio etc.) Aside from this, libraries often run short courses and evening classes in a range of subjects usually at beginners through intermediate level.
  23. (Libraries) The Queen's library system holds almost 7 million items, including 2,200,000 books and 3,600,000 microforms as well as periodicals, maps, air photos, sound recordings, and data files. ...
  24. (Libraries) and Extensions provide additional functionality that is not part of the basic GIS software because it may be not needed by the average user. Such additional functions can cover tools for terrain analysis (e.g. SEXTANTE), tools to read specific data formats (e.g. ...
  25. (Libraries) contain frequently used symbols, subroutines, and commands. Rather than recreating a symbol everytime it is required, a user can call the symbol from a library using a unique identification code. The same is true of subroutines, sometimes referred to as macros.