record-keeper


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Noun1.record-keeper - someone responsible for keeping records
functionary, official - a worker who holds or is invested with an office
rapporteur - a recorder appointed by a committee to prepare reports of the meetings
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Pauline worked for Sta-Rite Ginnie Lou, Inc., ASCS Office and IPLA Sale Barn where she was a record-keeper for over 30 years, all in Shelbyville.
Mick navigates his story from the glam rock shimmer of Bowie's London to the snarl of NYC punk and beyond, turning the lens inward to face himself and his experiences as the visual record-keeper of myths and legends.
Three-quarters of non-producing third-party administrators (TPAs) -- those who do not offer investment management services -- consider the record-keeper's ability to generate referrals for sales leads as the most important quality when selecting record-keeper partners.
Small insights into his experience stand out: his obsession with keeping his feet clean and free of infection, receiving twenty-five lashes after a false accusation, and being sexually assaulted by the mine's record-keeper.
Widely known since 1972 in the intermediary market as a retirement plan record-keeper located in Great Bend, Kan., CPI's new name helps to realign its overall purpose as a company focused on retirement outcomes for Middle Americans, according to Paul Chong, senior vice president of retirement plan services for CUNA Mutual.
One of the arrested men, Azizullah, a resident of Kandahar City, told Pajhwok that he had been serving as the record-keeper of non-food items at the hospital for the last five years.
"Our management team maintains a strong common commitment to provide quality services as both a Registered Investment Advisor and a record-keeper for our clients," Mr.
In April, Prudential announced agreements with Mercer, a Marsh & McLennan subsidiary involved in benefits outsourcing, and Hewitt Associates, the largest independent record-keeper of 401(k) plans.
The main record-keeper of circulation data for the newspaper industry is considering a change in the way publishers report their circulation figures.
Expansion of the third-party record-keeper summons rules to all third parties.
The new record-keeper additions include EPIC Advisors, based in Rochester, New York; North American KTrade Alliance, Llc, Plymouth, Indiana; Oriental Pension Consultants in Boca Raton, Florida; PenSys, Inc based in Roseville, California and Spectrum Pension Consultants in Tacoma, Washington.
Cobb was the primary record-keeper of narcotics for the Princeton Fire Department, and he had signed out the drugs that were dispensed from the two hospitals, the report said.