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  • noun Plural form of bookkeeper.

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Examples

  • Here it will be noted that men who sell goods in retail and wholesale stores earn more on the average than men occupying clerical positions, such as bookkeepers, stenographers, and office clerks.

    Wage Earning and Education

  • • So, can these ancient "bookkeepers" still classify good from bad?

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  • YTC's need for "bookkeepers" is because, according to Wilson's e-mail, the company continues to grow and supply tiles to businesses and individuals, and it needs someone in the United States to handle the money orders and checks received as payment.

    Mount Vernon News

  • Not only will direct employment shrink, services employment will too, because he only needs one bookkeeper for all his stores whereas four competing incumbents may need two total bookkeepers, a half each.

    Matthew Yglesias » Ever-Closer Union

  • Bureau of Economic Analysis employs economists and statisticians rather than bookkeepers.

    Misleading Indicator

  • But back when they were doing their reporting on Nixon and Watergate, the two young newspapermen were outsiders, shoe-leather reporters who talked to folks high and low, including secretaries and bookkeepers.

    Michael Hudson: Digging Deep: A Treasury of Books About Journalism

  • But back when they were doing their reporting on Nixon and Watergate, the two young newspapermen were outsiders, shoe-leather reporters who talked to folks high and low, including secretaries and bookkeepers.

    Michael Hudson: Digging Deep: A Treasury of Books About Journalism

  • Bureau of Economic Analysis employs economists and statisticians rather than bookkeepers.

    Misleading Indicator

  • But back when they were doing their reporting on Nixon and Watergate, the two young newspapermen were outsiders, shoe-leather reporters who talked to folks high and low, including secretaries and bookkeepers.

    Michael Hudson: Digging Deep: A Treasury of Books About Journalism

  • But back when they were doing their reporting on Nixon and Watergate, the two young newspapermen were outsiders, shoe-leather reporters who talked to folks high and low, including secretaries and bookkeepers.

    Michael Hudson: Digging Deep: A Treasury of Books About Journalism

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