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librarian

[lī′brer·ē·ən]
(computer science)
The program which maintains and makes available all programs and routines composing the operating system.

librarian

(1) A person who works in the data library and keeps track of the tapes and disks that are stored and logged out for use. Also known as a "file librarian" or "media librarian." See data library.

(2) See CA-Librarian.
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