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teller

Politics a person appointed to count votes in a legislative body, assembly, etc.

Teller

Edward. 1908--2003, US nuclear physicist, born in Hungary: a major contributor to the development of the hydrogen bomb (1952)
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HAYTON, THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, 1690-1715, at 36 (2002) (describing the tellership as "lucrative").
Dimensions Possibilities Tellership One active teller Multiple active [left and right arrow] co-tellers Tellability High [left and right arrow] Low Embeddedness Detached [left and right arrow] Embedded Linearity Closed temporal and causal Open t.
In the 1820 edition of the Black Book, for example, Wade listed Earl Bathurst's net annual income from his sinecure Tellership of the Exchequer as a truly scandalous 23,117 [pounds], and Rubinstein repeats the charge.