Clerk ( /ˈklɑrk/KLARK or /ˈklɜrk/KLURK), the vocational title, commonly refers to a white-collar worker who conducts general office tasks; it overlaps with retail clerks who perform similar sales-related tasks in a retail environment. It is also occasionally used to refer to third-year medical students completing a medical clerkship. The responsibilities of clerical workers commonly include record keeping, filing, staffing service counters and other administrative tasks.
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... Data entry clerk sales clerk (as in grocery sales) deli clerk hotel front desk clerk service desk clerk cash register clerk The surnames Clark, Clarke, Clerk, Clerke are derived from ...
... Mallory (1871–1933) was the 28th Chief Clerk of the California Assembly ... Mallory served as an Assistant Clerk in the California Assembly in 1909 ... He was elected for 3 terms as Chief Clerk, serving from 1911 to 1917 ...
... of the General Assembly 2009-2010) is temporarily serving as Acting Presbytery Clerk ... Previous (full-time) Presbytery Clerks included the Rev Dr Angus Kerr (2009-2012) formerly minister at Newton Mearns Parish Church and the Very Rev David Lunan, (2002-2008 ...
... as a member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, Massachusetts Auditor and was clerk of the Massachusetts Senate from January 6, 1858 to April 18, 1886 ... In 1855 and 1857 he served as assistant clerk of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, and in 1858 he became Clerk of the Senate, holding that post for 28 years until his death in 1886 ...
... shop in Queens, New York and struck up a conversation with the sales clerk about the vastness of the internet, and ended up asking the clerk about finding bombmaking instructions online ... The clerk contacted the FBI, sparking an investigation ... to New York, he was contacted by the store clerk and directed to undercover agent Todd Renner who posed as an illegal arms dealer ...
Famous quotes containing the word clerk:
“Seynt Stevene was a clerk in Kyng Herowdes halle.
And servyd him of bred and cloth, as every kyng befalle.”
—Unknown. St. Stephen and King Herod (l. 12)
“A clerk ther was of Oxenford also
That unto logyk hadde longe ygo.
As leene was his hors as is a rake,
And he nas nat right fat, I undertake,
But looked holwe, and therto sobrely.”
—Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?1400)
“Your faith an trouth yese never get
Nor our trew Love shall never twain
Till ye come within my bower
And kiss me both cheek and chin.
My mouth it is full cold, Margret,
It has the smell now of the ground;
An if I kiss thy comly mouth
Thy life days will not be long.”
—Unknown. Clerk Saunders (l. 109116)