copy typist


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copy typist

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(Professions) a typist whose job is to type from written or typed drafts rather than dictation
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Leaving her convent school at 14, Joy attended college in Birmingham, and, at 15, went out to work as a copy typist.
His grandfather, having checked Tom owned a suit, marched him into the offices of The Scotsman, demanded to see the boss, and the young man started the next Monday as tea boy, copy boy and copy typist.
My usual method of sending running Boro match reports was to maintain regular contact with a Gazette copy typist via the landline.
Although an affable chap and an engaging conversationalist, Hind was tormented by self-doubt, even working as a newspaper copy typist
Ann, a former copy typist at Massey Ferguson, said: "I like everything about the Evening Telegraph.
Working In a range of jobs, she has shown herself to be a speedy copy typist, an efficient office administrator and a charming receptionist.
Mrs Hatton, from Stourport-on-Severn, was a junior copy typist at the shelter from 1943 to 1945.
Barbara, 64, who started as a copy typist on the Yorkshire Post newspaper before becoming a journalist, now moves in high circles.
Margaret worked as a copy typist and a switchboard operator, before retiring five years ago.
Tamar was a copy typist for Massey Ferguson and a careers adviser.