clerkess


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clerkess

(klɑːˈkɛs)
n
a female office clerk
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Ann, then 19, was awarded the medal in 1962 and was working as a clerkess but hoped to go to Aberdeen Teachers' Training College.
I went to work at Edinburgh Council as a clerkess. I didn't know how I was going to do it, but I ended up as a principal administrator and personnel officer, which gave me access to a secretary, to whom I would dictate.
"She was a clerkess in various places, including at the offices at Galbraith, she did the hospital's wages.
I got PS10 a week when I started working in 1976 as a junior clerkess and have it to my mum."
Clerkess Lorraine, 51, said: "I can't believe I've been so stupid.
Clerkess Anne, 34, was found by her worried boyfriend after she failed to return home.