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  • 101 Clerk of the Privy Council (Canada) — Canada This article is part of the series: Politics and government of Canada   …

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  • 102 Clerk of the House of Commons (Canada) — The Clerk of the House of Commons is the senior administrative officer in the Canadian House of Commons. The Clerk of the House of Commons advises the Speaker of the House of Commons and Members of Parliament on matters of parliamentary procedure …

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  • 103 Clerk, Sir John, of Penicuik — (1676 1755)    The eldest son of Sir John Clerk of Penicuik (south of Edinburgh), he was educated at the universities of Glasgow and Leiden. He studied music under the composer and violinist Arcangelo Corelli in Rome. He became highly a… …

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  • 104 Clerk of Works — Clerks of Works are the most highly qualified non commissioned tradesmen in the Royal Engineers. The qualification can be held in three specialisations: Electrical, Mechanical and Construction.Volunteers for the course are already experienced… …

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  • 105 Clerk of the Rolls — Isle of Man This article is part of the series: Politics and government of the Isle of Man …

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  • 106 Clerk of the Australian Senate — The Clerk of the Australian Senate is the head of the Department of the Senate, which is the parliamentary department supporting the work of the Australian Senate. The parliamentary head of the department is the President of the Senate. The… …

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  • 107 Clerk, Sir Dugald — ▪ Scottish engineer born March 31, 1854, Glasgow died Nov. 12, 1932, Ewhurst, Surrey, Eng.  British engineer who invented the two stroke Clerk cycle internal combustion engine, widely used on light motorcycles and other small machines.… …

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  • 108 Clerk of the New York Court of Appeals — The Clerk of the New York Court of Appeals was one of the statewide elected officials in New York from 1847 to 1870. He was also ex officio a clerk of the New York Supreme Court. The office was created by the New York State Constitution of… …

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  • 109 Clerk of Tynwald — Isle of Man This article is part of the series: Politics and government of the Isle of Man …

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  • 110 Clerk of the Privy Council (United Kingdom) — The Clerk of the Privy Council is a civil servant in the government of the United Kingdom. He or she is the most senior civil servant in the Privy Council Office. The office is less powerful than its Canadian equivalent; unlike the Canadian Clerk …

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  • 111 Clerk Marshal — The Clerk Marshal (also spelled Clerk Martial) was an official of the British Royal Household in the department of the Master of the Horse. From the Restoration the office was held with that of Avenor until the latter post was abolished in 1793.… …

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  • 112 Clerk of the Works — The Clerk of the Works or Clerk of Works (often abbreviated CoW) is a person employed by the architect or client on a construction site. The role is primarily to represent the interests of the client in regard to ensuring the quality of both… …

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  • 113 Clerk of the Chapel — The Clerk of the Chapel is a British title for an assistant shop steward representing trade union members in the printing industry. The Clerk of the Chapel assists the Father of the Chapel. The Clerk acts as secretary at meetings, takes and reads …

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  • 114 Clerk (choral) — The clerks are the adult members of the college choirs of the universities of Oxford and Cambridge. Undergraduates admitted to a College on the basis of their ability and potential in both singing and academic study are traditionally called… …

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  • 115 Clerk of the Ordnance — The Clerk of the Ordnance was a subordinate of the Master General of the Ordnance and a member of the Board of Ordnance from its constitution in 1597. He was responsible for the correspondence and for the financial bookkeeping of the Board. The… …

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  • 116 Clerk of the Australian House of Representatives — The Clerk of the House of Representatives of the Parliament of Australia is responsible for managing the Department of the House. The Department of the House of Representatives provides services to support the efficient conduct of the House of… …

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  • 117 Clerk of the Signet — The Clerks of the Signet were English officials who played an intermediate role in the passage of letters patent through the seals. For most of the history of the position, four clerks were in office simultaneously. Letters patent prepared by the …

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  • 118 clerk of arraigns — The clerk of the central criminal court in England; a deputy of the clerk of assize …

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  • 119 clerk of the course — an official who acts as executive secretary to the board of judges of races or track athletics * * * clerk of the course (in horse or motor racing) an official in charge of administration • • • Main Entry: ↑clerk …

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  • 120 Clerk of the pells — Pell Pell, n. [OF. pel, F. peau, L. pellis a skin. See {Fell} a skin.] 1. A skin or hide; a pelt. [1913 Webster] 2. A roll of parchment; a parchment record. [1913 Webster] {Clerk of the pells}, formerly, an officer of the exchequer who entered… …

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