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paymaster

an official of a government, business, etc., responsible for the payment of wages and salaries
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Paymaster is a great brand and a great product and we are delighted to welcome it to the Digicel family as we expand our range of products and services consistent with the convergence of communications, e-Commerce and financial services, said Digicel chief executive Colm Delves.
Global Trust Depository is pleased to announce the introduction of Paymaster Services and can be contacted directly to schedule a consultation.
Maybe, it is time for expats to decide if they can support their paymaster or to leave.
The locations all lie within the area of the main gravity anomaly identified during the gravity survey of Paymaster Canyon completed in early June 2010.
Other paymasters included Austria, Britain, Italy, France, the Netherlands and Sweden, all of which are expected to argue for a lean EU budget during negotiations due to start next year on its overhaul.
He told MPs he had been contacted 10 days ago by a BBC journalist, about a company called Xafinity Paymaster, which had been paying out "excessive public pensions".
I CAN'T understand why Paymaster General Dawn Primarolo is still in a job.
Between 1992 and 1997 he was a UK MP, and held a number of ministerial posts including Paymaster General.
In irrigated trials conducted at College Station for 2 yr, Tamcot Pyramid reached 55% open bolls 136 d from planting, while Tamcot Sphinx required 142 d and Paymaster 330 required 149 d.
Labour MP Mr Watson was promoted to the position of Parliamentary Private Secretary to Dawn Primarolo, the Paymaster General.
The design coincides with the company's efforts to unite all three of its popular cottonseed brands--Deltapine, Paymaster and Sure-Grow--under the D&PL logo.