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purser

an officer aboard a passenger ship, merchant ship, or aircraft who keeps the accounts and attends to the welfare of the passengers
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Mr Purser said the flowers stopped but the messages continued on a daily basis.
Purser said that distributors do more than deliver boxes today, describing how.
M AIL T ODAY on March 7 reported that some members of Parliament from Mumbai cutting across party lines were pressuring AI to reinstate the hostesses and the purser.
Captain pilot Riffat Hey of PK791 flight refused to acknowledge the purser Ghulam Mustafa as aircraft manager and made him fly back as a passenger on a separate plane, the Express Tribune reports.
Through its investments over many years, Cargill continues to demonstrate a long-term commitment to the future and success of Australian agriculture and farmers, and we are delighted with this new opportunity in the malting industry, said Ms Purser.
As purser, Mike is responsible for stocking up with enough supplies for journeys from Port Stanley on the Falkland Islands.
Purser was the pick of the Staffs attack with 4-25 from 8.
Purser, of St Judes Avenue, Studley, will be sentenced next year at Warwick Crown Court.
In an online interview with bCentral, Ms Purser suggested it was rare to find entrepreneurs who thought in a strategic way and had a "really good plan for the business".
A late brace from injury-hit striker Wayne Purser gave them a narrow 2-1 success and creates a selection poser for Hill this evening.
Site work is also in progress for six concrete homes to be built in another low to moderate income area in Yonkers on Purser Street.