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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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Just as the sales clerk made an indelible impression because she went out of her way to build trust, property managers can create more trust by raising awareness and always striving for operational excellence.
She had said that when she was in Switzerland for Tina Turner's wedding she was shopping for a bag in a Zurich store, the sales clerk in the shop refused to show her a bag which was worth $ 38,000 presuming she would not be able to afford it since she was black.
Saudi society has been divided over pros and cons of a recent decision by the Ministry of Labor to allow Saudi women to work as sales clerks in gold and jewelry shops.
If any customer does not wish a sales clerk to check their ticket, there are many other ways of doing it - get the numbers online, in a newspaper, on TV, or even ask an assistant to print off the most recent results.
The sales clerk then explains that he is not regularly in the paint department, but is an expert on lumber.
A woman walks into a bridal shop and tells the sales clerk she's looking for a wedding gown for her fourth wedding.
All the phones in our office are ringing off the hook today," said Lee Jong-hun, a sales clerk at an A-Meat store in eastern Seoul, said.
Painter began his Wal-Mart career in 1985 as a pharmacy sales clerk while attending the University of Oklahoma's pharmacy school.
retail sales clerk, bookman, bartender/bouncer, waiter, construction
THOMAS WILLIAMS, 38 SALES CLERK "I'll be spending the holidays with my wonderful mother, the Widow Williams.
But it's not clear why that is the appropriate standard--except, perhaps, that it conveniently falls just above the annual income of a WalMart sales clerk.