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  • 1 examiner of business accounts — index comptroller Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 examiner — UK US /ɪgˈzæmɪnər/ noun [C] ► someone who is responsible for deciding the questions for a professional examination, or deciding whether people have passed it: » Examiners should be chartered members of the Institution of Occupational Safety &… …

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  • 3 bank examiner — noun an examiner appointed to audit the accounts of banks in a given jurisdiction • Hypernyms: ↑examiner, ↑inspector * * * noun Etymology: bank (IV) : a federal or state official empowered to examine the records and affairs of a bank * * * a… …

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  • 4 Ogopogo Examiner — The Ogopogo Examiner was a newsletter distributed by Square Soft, Inc. from Spring 1992 to Fall 1994.DesignThere was no real consistent design to any of the issues of Ogopogo Examiner , except that most of the issues were tri fold pamphlets. It… …

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  • 5 bank examiner — a public official appointed under U.S. state or federal laws to inspect and audit the operations and accounts of banks in the examiner s jurisdiction. [1865 70, Amer.] * * * …

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  • 6 bank examiner — A federal or state officer authorized to conduct an investigation of the accounts of a bank and determine the state of solvency of the institution. 10 Am J2d Banks § 18. In some jurisdictions, examiners act on behalf of the commissioner or… …

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  • 7 accounting — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Keeping of financial records Nouns 1. (act of accounting) accounting, accountance, accountancy, bookkeeping, audit, calculation (See numeration), commercial or business arithmetic; cost or managerial… …

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  • 8 Court of Finances — Court of Accounts in Paris. Under the French monarchy, the Courts of Accounts (in French Chambres des comptes) were sovereign courts specialising in financial affairs. The Court of Accounts in Paris was the oldest and the forerunner of today s… …

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  • 9 Seki Takakazu — also called Seki Kōwa born с 1640, Fujioka, Japan died Oct. 24, 1708, Edo the most important figure of the wasan ( Japanese calculation ) tradition that flourished from the early 17th century until the opening of Japan to the West in the mid 19th …

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  • 10 auditor — early 14c., official who receives and examines accounts; late 14c., a listener, from Anglo Fr. auditour (O.Fr. oieor listener, court clerk, 13c.; Mod.Fr. auditeur), from L. auditor a hearer, from auditus, pp. of audire to hear (see AUDIENCE (Cf.… …

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  • 11 Pete Jarman — Peterson Bryant (Pete) Jarman (October 31, 1892 February 17, 1955) was a U.S. Representative from Alabama.Early lifeBorn in Greensboro, Alabama, Jarman attended the public schools, the Normal College, Livingston, Alabama, and Southern University …

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  • 12 Edward A. O'Neal — Edward A. O’Neal Edward Asbury O’Neal (* 20. September 1818 im Madison County, Alabama; † 7. November 1890 in Florence, Alabama) war ein US amerikanischer Politiker (Demokratisch …

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  • 13 Edward A. O’Neal — Edward Asbury O’Neal (* 20. September 1818 im Madison County, Alabama; † 7. November 1890 in Florence, Alabama) war ein US amerikanischer Politiker (Demokratische Partei) und der 26.&# …

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  • 14 Edward Asbury O'Neal — Edward A. O’Neal Edward Asbury O’Neal (* 20. September 1818 im Madison County, Alabama; † 7. November 1890 in Florence, Alabama) war ein US amerikanischer Politiker (Demokratisch …

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  • 15 Edward O'Neal — Edward A. O’Neal Edward Asbury O’Neal (* 20. September 1818 im Madison County, Alabama; † 7. November 1890 in Florence, Alabama) war ein US amerikanischer Politiker (Demokratisch …

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  • 16 auditor — n. 1. Hearer, listener. 2. Examiner of accounts …

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  • 17 E-gold — is a digital gold currency operated by Gold Silver Reserve Inc. under e gold Ltd., and is a system which allows the instant transfer of gold ownership between users. e gold Ltd. is incorporated in Nevis, Lesser Antilles but the operations were… …

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  • 18 History of American newspapers — The history of American newspapers goes back to the 17th century with the publication of the first colonial newspapers.Colonial period(This section is based on [http://www.bartleby.com/225/index.html#7 The Cambridge History of English and… …

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  • 20 Dislocation of hip — Classification and external resources X ray showing a joint dislocation of the left hip. ICD 10 S …

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