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  • 1keeper — keep‧er [ˈkiːpə ǁ ər] noun [countable] 1. someone whose job is to look after a particular place or area of work: • Warehouse keepers must keep daily records related to grain in storage. 2. informal MARKETING a product that a company decides to… …

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  • 2record keeper — index clerk Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3Keeper of the Seven Keys Part 1 — Infobox Album | Name = Keeper of the Seven Keys Part 1 Type = studio Artist = Helloween Released = 1987 Recorded = November 1986 January 1987 at Horus Sound Studio, Hannover, Germany Genre = Power metal Length = 37:08 (w/o bonus tracks) 56:58 (w/ …

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  • 4Record of the Nephites — The phrase record of the Nephites has two distinct but related usages. The primary use is to describe the collection of inscribed metal plates on which the Nephites recorded their history. An abridged version of this record, inscribed on gold… …

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  • 5record keeping — /ˈrɛkɔd kipɪŋ/ (say rekawd keeping) noun the keeping of documents as for historical, scientific, or financial purposes. Also, recordkeeping. –record keeper, noun …

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  • 6record-keeper — noun someone responsible for keeping records • Syn: ↑registrar, ↑recorder • Derivationally related forms: ↑record (for: ↑recorder) • Hypernyms: ↑official, ↑ …

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  • 7Public Record Office Victoria — (PROV) is the government archives of the Australian State of Victoria. PROV was created by the Victorian Public Records Act 1973cite web|title= Version No., 033, Public Records Act 1973, Act No. 8418/1973 |publisher= Victorian Legislation and… …

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  • 8Zoo Keeper (arcade game) — Infobox VG title= Zoo Keeper caption= developer= Taito Corporation publisher= Taito Corporation designer= Keith Egging, John Morgan, Mark Blazczyk, Rex Battenberg, Tom Fosha, Phil Raba, Rich Pagnusat, Charlie Schultz released= 1982 genre=… …

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  • 9Joe Keeper — Joseph Benjamin Keeper (January 17, 1886 September 29, 1971) was a Canadian long distance runner, and a member of the 1912 Canadian Olympic team.Keeper, a member of the Norway House Cree First Nation, was born at Walker Lake, Manitoba. He was… …

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  • 10book-keeper — ˈbook ˌkeeper also book keeper noun [countable] ACCOUNTING JOBS a person whose job is to make an official record of all the money received into and paid out from a business: • the need to find an experienced and competent book keeper …

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  • 11Public Record Office of Northern Ireland — The Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) is situated in Belfast, Northern Ireland. It is a division within the Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure (DCAL). The Public Record Office of Northern Ireland is distinguished from other… …

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  • 12James Guthrie (record producer) — Infobox musical artist Name = James Guthrie Img capt = James Guthrie circa 1981 Img size = Landscape = Background = non performing personnel Birth name = Alias = Born = birth date and age|1953|11|14|df=yes London, England Died = Instrument =… …

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  • 13Public Record Office — The Public Record Office (PRO) of the United Kingdom is one of the three organisations that make up the National Archives (the others are the Historical Manuscripts Commission, and the Office of Public Sector Information). The name is no longer… …

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  • 14Public Record Office — (spr. óssis), das englische Staatsarchiv, das die öffentlichen Urkunden (records) enthält. Dessen Vorstand ist der Master of the Rolls, unter dem als eigentlicher Staatsarchivar der Deputy Keeper of the Records steht …

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  • 15Thomas Duffus Hardy — Sir Thomas Duffus Hardy (May 22, 1804 ndash; June 15, 1878), English antiquary, was the third son of Major Thomas Bartholomew Price Hardy, and belonged to a family several members of which had distinguished themselves in the British navy.Born at… …

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  • 16Mormon (Book of Mormon) — Not to be confused with Moron (Book of Mormon). Part of a series on The Book of Mormon …

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  • 17register — I. n. 1. Record (as of deeds, or or births and deaths), list, chronicle, roll, schedule, catalogue, archive, annals. 2. Registrar, clerk, keeper of a record, registrary. II. v. a. 1. Record, make a record of. 2. Enroll, enter on a list, chronicle …

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  • 18Eric Steele — is a former English footballer turned coach, currently employed as a goalkeeping coach at Manchester United.BiographySteele began his playing career as a goalkeeper at Newcastle United in 1972, where he was part of the squad that won the Anglo… …

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  • 19Mormon (prophet) — Mormon (IPAEng|ˈmɔrmən) is a prophet in The Book of Mormon after whom the book is named. According to the sourcetext|source=Book of Mormon|book=Introduction and the [http://scriptures.lds.org/bm/jsphsmth account] of Joseph Smith, Jr., Mormon was… …

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  • 20Bluke — or Blook is an easy to learn trick taking card game known to parts of the East Coast and the Midwest and possibly other parts of the United States of America. The game features use of the Jokers, which are sometimes referred to in casinos as the… …

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