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  • 161 clerk of the peace — An officer whose function was to assist the justices of the peace in their quarter sessions …

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  • 162 clerk of the petty bag — An officer of the English chancery court who enrolled the admission of solicitors and other officers of the court …

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  • 163 clerk of the privy seal — An officer who formerly attended the lord privy seal …

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  • 164 clerk of the signet — An officer who attends the principal secretary of the king …

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  • 165 clerk of the scales — an official who weighs jockeys and their gear before and after a horse race …

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  • 166 clerk vicar — noun : a layman in the Church of England who is employed in a cathedral to take those parts of the liturgy not reserved to the clergy called also lay vicar, secular vicar …

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  • 167 clerk vicar. — See lay vicar …

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  • 168 clerk-like — …

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  • 169 booking clerk — clerk in a ticket office, ticket agent …

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  • 170 licensing clerk — clerk that grants licenses …

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  • 171 James Clerk Maxwell — (1831–1879) Born 13 June 1831 …

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  • 172 Law clerk — A law clerk or a judicial clerk is a person who provides assistance to a judge in researching issues before the court and in writing opinions. Law clerks are not court clerks or courtroom deputies, who are administrative staff for the court. Most …

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  • 173 James Clerk Maxwell Prize in Plasma Physics — The James Clerk Maxwell Prize in Plasma Physics Awarded for Outstanding contributions to the field of Plasma Physics Presented by American Physical Society Division of Plasma Physics Country United States First awarded 1975 …

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  • 174 Dugald Clerk — Sir Dugald Clerk KBE, FRS[1] (1854, Glasgow – 1932, Ewhurst, Surrey) was a Scottish engineer who designed the world s first successful two stroke engine[2][3] in 1878[4] and patented it in England in 1881. He was a graduate of Anderson s… …

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  • 175 Court clerk — A court clerk (British English clerk to the court; American English clerk of the court or clerk of court) is an officer of the court whose responsibilities include maintaining the records of a court. Another duty is to administer oaths to… …

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  • 176 Justices' clerk — A justices clerk is an official of the magistrates court in England and Wales whose primary role is to provide legal advice to justices of the peace (also known as magistrates). Contents 1 History 2 The modern justices’ clerk 2.1 Judicial powers …

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  • 177 James Clerk Maxwell — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Maxwell. James Clerk Maxwell James Clerk Maxwell Naissance 13 …

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  • 178 John Clerk of Eldin — Sir John Clerk (10 December 1728 ndash;10 May 1812), known as John Clerk of Eldin, was the seventh son of Sir John Clerk of Penicuik. Clerk of Eldin was a figure in the Scottish Enlightenment, best remembered for his influential writings on naval …

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  • 179 Chief Clerk — The Chief Clerk in the United States= The Chief Clerk, between 1789 and 1853, was the second ranking official within the United States Department of State, known as the Department of Foreign Affairs before September 5, 1789. Section 2 of the Act… …

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  • 180 James Clerk Maxwell — (* 13. Juni 1831 in Edinburgh; † 5. November 1879 …

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