Clerk

[choral] The clerks are the adult members of the college choirs of the universities of Oxford and Cambridge. ---- ...
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clerk

[n] - an employee who performs clerical work (e.g., keeps records or accounts) 2. [v] - work as a clerk, as in the legal business
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Clerk

Local authority staff member appointed to liaise with parents and education authorities in relation to the Education Appeal Committee hearing.
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Clerk

Clerk (klẽrk; in Eng. klärk; 277) noun [ Either Old French clerc , from Latin clericus a priest, or Anglo-Saxon clerc , cleric , clerk, priest, from Latin clericus , from Greek klhriko`s belonging to the clergy, from klh^ros lot, allotm
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clerk

noun an employee who performs clerical work (e.g., keeps records or accounts)
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clerk

verb work as a clerk, as in the legal business
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clerk

(klerk) an employee who keeps records and does other general office work. unit clerk , ward clerk a worker on a nursing unit who schedules patients for prescribed studies, prepares charts for patients, answers the phone on the unit, and handles other general cler...
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Clerk

• (n.) A man who could read; a scholar; a learned person; a man of letters. • (n.) A clergyman or ecclesiastic. • (n.) An assistant in a shop or store. • (n.) A parish officer, being a layman who leads in reading the responses of the Episcopal church service, and otherwise assists in it. • (n.) One employed to keep records
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clerk

(from the article `Friends, Society of`) ...it sounds. Any Friends can attend any meeting, which tries to remain open to the concerns or the service they can perform (much in the spirit of a ...
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Clerk

[disambiguation] A clerk is someone who works in an office. A retail clerk works in a store. ==Office holder== Clerk(s) may also refer to a person who holds an office, most commonly in a local unit of government, or a court. ===Former titles=== ==Non-government titles== ==Media== ==Surname== ...
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Clerk

[Quaker] Within the Religious Society of Friends, a clerk is someone responsible for various administrative functions within a meeting for worship for church affairs or meeting for worship for business. The clerk is responsible for recording the discernment which a meeting for worship for church affairs has reached, in a minute, and is resp
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Clerk

Clerk, the vocational title, commonly refers to a white-collar worker who conducts general office tasks; it overlaps with retail clerks who perform similar sales-related tasks in a retail environment. It is also occasionally used to refer to third-year medical students completing a medical clerkship. The responsibilities of clerical workers common
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Clerk

Within our judicial system, there are many types of clerks. Court clerks (frequently called county clerks) keep track of documents filed with courts; these clerks may also be called civil or criminal clerks, depending on the court in which they work. Courtroom clerks are assigned to particular judges to handle the paper flow in the courtroom; law c
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Clerk

A clerk who works in an office and a store is responsible for filing and keeping record of documents and accounts,drafting and sending letters, attends customers, arranges shelves,acts as a cashier and performs other legal tasks. A legal clerk is one who assists a judge or an attorney in managing the proceedings of the case by maintaing details of
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clerk

n. 1) an official or employee who handles the business of a court or a system of courts, maintains files of each case, and issues routine documents. Almost every county has a clerk of the courts or County Clerk who fulfills those functions, and most courtrooms have a clerk to keep records and assist the judge in the management of the court. 2) a yo
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Clerk

An assistant to an LME Ring dealer. He or she may be ‘authorised’ (empowered to deal in the absence of the dealer) or ‘unauthorised’ (empowered only to record and check transactions).
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Clerk

[municipal official] A clerk is a senior official of many municipal governments in the English-speaking world. In some communities, the position is elected, but in many others, the clerk is appointed to their post. In almost all cases, the actual title of the clerk reflects the type of municipality he or she works for, thus, instead of simp
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Clerk

[legislature] The Clerk, Chief Clerk, or Secretary of a chamber or house in a legislature is the senior administrative officer responsible for ensuring that its business runs smoothly. This may encompass keeping custody of documents received and produced, making records of proceedings, allocating office space, enrolling of members, administ
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