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  • n. Alternative spelling of bookkeeper.

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Examples

  • If Mr Bush thinks 600 bucks gonna save teh 90 million homes that have been forclosd on I sure would like to hire his book-keeper, would that be VP Cheeney?

    What to Do With Your Gift From George W.

  • My dad had died, my mom was working as a book-keeper and I had a job at the local newspaper when, at 19, I scraped together $240 for a charter flight to Europe.

    Roger Ebert Attacked By Lou Lumenick? | /Film

  • And there is excellent support from Anastasia Hille as Solness's duty-driven wife, Emma Hamilton as his enslaved, adoring book-keeper and Jack Shepherd as the family doctor secretly drawn to Hilde himself.

    The Master Builder – review

  • Actually I need a representative who can be working for the company as online book-keeper.

    Christopher Burgess: Use Horse Sense, Don't Be a Mule

  • The times at which he had daily said morning prayer and evensong; where he had walked and how long it had taken; the monthly trip by bus into Dorchester; the weekly trip to Wareham; his hours spent helping at Toynton Grange; odd treats baldly recorded; the methodical account of how he had disposed of every hour of his working day year after unremarkable year, documented with the meticulousness of a book-keeper.

    She Closed Her Eyes

  • He spoke of the flags on the chimney stacks, the inscriptions on the walls and the pamphlets which were left in the factory latrines, stiffly and matter-of-factly as a book-keeper.

    Autumn

  • As I see him now, he does not give me the impression of being a book-keeper -- but one can't tell.

    The South Pole~ A Day at Framheim

  • Did you notice whether the — the book-keeper was out there?

    The Master Builder

  • “Good lack, madam, why have not you heard that my son is turned book-keeper?”

    Cecilia

  • Most MEPs use an established payment system, which involves appointing a “service provider” — a professional accountancy firm or other professional book-keeper — to handle all cash destined for parliamentary staff.

    Now the MEP s are under the spotlight

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