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  • n. Plural form of cashier.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of cashier.


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  • "It's just so quick and easy for my girls," he said, referring to his cashiers. rss feed

  • Many of America's low-paid jobs, such as cashiers and cleaners, are done primarily by women.

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  • We have more than 100 students working in various positions such as cashiers, baggers, deli clerks, bakery clerks and grocery clerks. Blog Articles » Print » Publix Gets Publicity For Hiring Foreign Students

  • For employers with high turnover and hourly workers, such as cashiers,

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  • The flight attendants say that not only does this "nickel and dime" approach turn flight attendants into "cashiers," it could cause an already irritated traveling public to become enraged: "In the current industry of customer frustration, the last thing flight attendants want to do is add fuel to the fire," said a spokesperson in a press release.

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  • From that day on, loan sharks were to be known as "cashiers," gossips as "newstellers," and liars as "storytellers."

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  • And once the phishers had this information, they'd send it to U. S.-based "cashiers," who would manufacture fake ATM cards with the information.


  • If the state does nothing, a large number of the jobs it can expect to gain over the next eight years will be low-paying positions such as cashiers and food preparers, said John | news

  • Workers are placed in part-time jobs, such as cashiers, office help or custodians.


  • Other forms of direct payment should be permitted, such as cashiers checks, money orders and credit cards.



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