stockkeeper


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stockkeeper

(ˈstɒkˌkiːpə)
n
1. (Commerce) a person responsible for inventorying and monitoring stock levels
2. (Agriculture) a person responsible for taking care of livestock. Also called: herdsman
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stock•keep•er

(ˈstɒkˌki pər)
n.
a person in charge of the stock of a warehouse.
[1900–05]
stock′keep`ing, n.
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Translations

stockkeeper

[ˈstɒkˈkiːpəʳ] Nalmacenero/a m/f
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Matthew thanked the ATMS staff for their great efforts: Cherie and Karen in the health funds section; Xiao Ling and Adi in accounts; Nicole and Sanura in dealing with Registrar related matters; Sylvie, Jackie and Karina in providing reception and administrative support; and Andrew as the ATMS stockkeeper. Matthew also noted that long time employee Raymond Khoury had resigned during the year, and Matthew thanked Raymond for his efforts on behalf of ATMS.
She would even visit the stockkeeper's hut at different stations and whatever provisions she could scrounge she would take back to Tallboy in his hideout.
vs James Kershaw Jun., Samuel Kershaw, William Foster, S.C.: C.P., Deps., 20 August 1863, SRNSW 9/6456, 5598/12; a stockkeeper was also made to undress, R.