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stocktaking

the examination, counting, and valuing of goods on hand in a shop or business
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Her father, Stuart, a 36-year-old stocktaker, said: "We are really proud of her.
When his youngest son, Arthur, was born in Liverpool, George Frederick was working as a commercial traveller for a firm of builder's furnishers, but soon started business on his own account as a tobacconist, stocktaker and valuer.
Ruth, from Erdington, Birmingham, whose family also includes Christopher, four, and husband Michael, 37, a supermarket stocktaker, said: "When most dogs give blood they have to be sedated because it is taken from the jugular and the donor can become a bit distressed.
A STOCKTAKER accused of slashing his partner repeatedly with a knife and telling her she "wouldn't survive" has been found guilty of attempted murder.
Jonny, a stocktaker, who first met Fiona on holiday at White Rose Caravan Park in Thirsk when the pair were just 11, said: "She called me upstairs and I thought she was joking at first.
" Brian, a stocktaker, added: "We were doubting ourselvesthe neurologist noticed a change in as did the school, his teachers, care stants, and the greater family and ds.
Yesterday, at the Brierley Hill Police Court, before Colonel J W Higgs- Walker and Mr A Shaw, Joseph Jones, aged 60, an ironworks stocktaker, of Victoria Road, Quarry Bank, was charged with the wilful murder of his son-in-law, Edmunde Clarke, aged 26, haulier and master chainmaker, of the same address.