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clerk

1. clerk to the justices (in England) a legally qualified person who sits in court with lay justices to advise them on points of law
2. an employee of a court, legislature, board, corporation, etc., who keeps records and accounts, etc.
3. Brit a senior official of the House of Commons
4. a cleric
5. US and Canadian short for salesclerk
6. Archaic a scholar
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As a young, unmarried, educated white woman from a middle-class background, Megan embodied the preferred clerical worker of the first part of the twentieth century.
As a researcher, entering the world of the clerical worker did not imply by virtue of my intervention that another process of exploitation had occurred.
A clerical worker with a back sprain would receive benefits ranging from $5,741 in Texas to $3,069 in Minnesota, according to the study.
Clerical worker Beverly Lancaster knew just what to do when she felt her employer--the city of Birmingham, England--had mistreated her.
It is unlikely, however, that the assistant would be categorized purely as a clerical worker.
The following is a breakdown of the vocational areas in which these clients have been trained: stock clerk, food services worker, hospital restaurant dishwasher, hospital and laundromat laundry worker, clerical worker, electronics worker, data entry (Avis World Headquarters), animal care (Long Island Science Museum), porter maintenance, horticulture, teacher's aide, recycling work, store clerk, woodworking, and lobby worker (Burger King).
Cultural assumptions supported by a marriage bar kept the female clerical worker in a secondary and supportive position in the business office.
While the traditional view has been that it may be easier in many situations to establish an independent contractor relationship with a physician than, for example, with a clerical worker, recent IRS letter rulings bring this assumption into question.
The unemployed clerical worker had visited a friend the previous evening - but had left her flat keys behind.
A YOUNG clerical worker spoke of her lucky escape when a massive explosion wrecked part of a Government office block, according to this Chronicle archive picture story from May 1981.
Brian Glover and John Owen both received a cup and a watch after scooping the titles of best clerical worker and best industrial worker, respectively.
She was a clerical worker at Rocketdyne and a member of St.