AIL 2 (Australian Institute of Librarians) - traducción al Inglés
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The Librarians (Australian TV series)

AIL2 (Australian Institute of Librarians)      
= Instituto Australiano de Bibliotecarios (IAB)

Def: Asociación de bibliotecarios de Australia que posteriormente dio lugar a la Asociación Australiana de Bibliotecarios.
Ex: This article discusses the major achievements of the Library Association of Australia (LAA) and its progenitor, the Australian Institute of Librarians (AIL).
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WIKIMEDIA DISAMBIGUATION PAGE
AIL; Ail (disambiguation); AIL (disambiguation)
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Weizmann Institute of Science         
  • [[Chaim Weizmann]] (1874-1952), first president of the [[State of Israel]] and founder of the institute
  • Weizmann residence]], designed by [[Erich Mendelsohn]]
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PUBLIC RESEARCH UNIVERSITY IN REHOVOT, ISRAEL
Weizmann Institute; Koffler Accelerator; Weizman Institute; Weitzman Institute; Weitzmann Institute; Machon Weizmann; Weizman Institute of Science; Bessie F. Lawrence International Summer Science Institute; Clore Garden
el Instituto de Waitzman (instituto israelí científico que forma parte del homenaje a Haim Waitzman)

Definición

acroleína
sust. fem.
Líquido volátil, sofocante que procede de la descomposición de la glicerina y que se emplea para la obtención de distintas materias industriales, especialmente plásticos.

Wikipedia

The Librarians (2007 TV series)

The Librarians is an Australian television comedy series which premiered on 31 October 2007 on ABC TV. In the Republic of Ireland, the show aired on RTÉ Two. The series is produced and written by Robyn Butler and Wayne Hope who are also the principal cast members. Hope is also the series' director. The first series comprised six half-hour episodes. The second series with another six episodes began airing on 5 August 2009 and was filmed at the Royal Melbourne Showgrounds.

The series centres on the trials and tribulations of Frances O'Brien, a devoutly Catholic and blithely racist Head Librarian. Her life unravels when she is forced to employ her ex-best friend, Christine Grimwood – now a drug dealer – as the Children's Librarian. Frances must do all she can to contain her menacing past and concentrate on the biggest event of the library calendar – Book Week.

Filming on a third and final series took place in early 2010 and aired on ABC1 later that year. The theme music for The Librarians is an upbeat variation on the popular jazz tune "A Night in Tunisia" by Dizzy Gillespie.

The Librarians was rated M in New Zealand for offensive language, sexual references and drug use.