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bursar

1. an official in charge of the financial management of a school, college, or university
2. Chiefly Scot and NZ a student holding a bursary
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"I feel so blessed," said Sousa, who has had the privilege of working with all the three bursars of the school since its inception.
It is worth noting that, 9 of the bursars were selected from universities in Baku, while 7 were selected from those in regions and the others from SABAH students within the framework of memorandum between Azercell and Sabah Groups.
"I am refusing to pay as the contract was mis-sold and their methods of calculating the invoices were misrepresented," the bursar told me.
She finally took on the role of bursar, which deals with the financial administration at the school.
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21, 2011 (TAP) - The Interior Ministry announced in a statement released on Monday that its sub-division of fight against organised crime has managed to unmask the killer of Salesian priest, Polish Marek Marius Rybinski, who was bursar at private school " Ibn Jazzar" in Manouba.
She was a bursar at the British School of Bahrain and an active volunteer at the Bahrain Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals during her 10 years here.
Commander Malcolm Burley, who has died aged 82, became bursar of Stowe School and gave his name to a mountain in South Georgia.
That is the grim message from a Birmingham group of school bursars and business managers as they prepare to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Birmingham Bursar Group.
It failed to arrive at a consensus on the appointment of the bursar of the college.
The bursar grinned at me, went out, set off the fire alarm, and duly evicted the lads!