book-keeper


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book-keeper

[ˈbʊkˌkiːpəʳ] ncontabile m/f
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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Formerly book-keeper at the Treasury, when that establishment kept its books by double entry, the Sieur Saillard was compensated for the loss of that position by his appointment as cashier of a ministry.
It is not a matter of such complete and utter improbability as some sober people may think, that he would have followed them out, had he not been restrained by what passed between the fat lady and her book-keeper.
When I booked my place at the coach office I had had 'Box Seat' written against the entry, and had given the book-keeper half-a-crown.
But for these animal observances, you might suppose the whole male portion of the company to be the melancholy ghosts of departed book-keepers, who had fallen dead at the desk: such is their weary air of business and calculation.
There, too, among unusual bottle-racks and pale slants of light from the yard above, was the strong room stored with old ledgers, which had as musty and corrupt a smell as if they were regularly balanced, in the dead small hours, by a nightly resurrection of old book-keepers.
The complaint was made to the police by the Chairman of the Co-op after the Co-op's book-keeper discovered a large "gap" in the balance sheet.
FORMER book-keeper Sylvia Moore has celebrated her 100th birthday.
Mrs Butters was a shorthand typist and book-keeper. She worked at the Thornton and Ross chemical works at Linthwaite for 17 years and at Burnlee Garage in Marsden for many years.
He ran the business while his wife, jailed for 14 years, was the book-keeper.
Beginning with investigations into the use of Diethyl Zinc (DEZ), and moving onto the commercially produced Wei T'o and Book-Keeper products, mass deacidification has become increasingly more reliable and effective as well as less reactive with printing and drawing inks.
The 46-year-old book-keeper and sports fanatic couldn't go to work and was reduced to hobbling around at home in agony, clutching furniture for support.
The establishment of the Institute had been advocated and promoted by editorials in The Book-Keeper, the oldest accounting journal in the U.S., first published in 1880.