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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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Teller was seen sporting a yellow Lakers T-shirt, black jeans, a white cap and sunglasses at the time.
Qatar Islamic Bank (QIB) has launched its first Interactive Teller Machine (ITM), named Live Teller, at its newly relocated Al Gharafa branch in Q-Mall.
This approach will place highly qualified and dedicated part-time tellers on your teller line, while removing excess full-time payroll hours," the study said.
The Interactive Teller offers additional services than can be conducted on an ATM or other self-service devices.
The Interactive Teller is located at the Muscat Grand Mall (MGM).
At the new Waiakea branch, First Hawaiian Bank tellers will assist customers remotely through new video teller machines that look similar to an ATM.
Supported by simultaneous video and audio connections, Interactive Teller can help customers complete 95 percent of the teller services that can be done inside a branch.
Frank was born on August 7, 1917 in West Medway, a son of the late Joseph and Anna (Flanagan) Teller, he was raised in Worcester and had lived in Waltham since 1950.
PALMDALE -- A real estate investor robbed of $20,805 in cash in a bank parking lot after a teller refused to give him a cashier's check is suing Washington Mutual.
The antagonism has its roots in the relationship between the two fathers of the atomic program, Edward Teller and Robert Oppenheimer.
As "father of the H-bomb" and a defense strategist, Teller left a controversial legacy when he died last year.