from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Agent noun of file; one who files something.
- n. A software program for managing files.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who works with a file.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who files or uses a file in cutting, smoothing, or polishing.
- n. A pickpocket.
- n. One who defiles something.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a clerk who is employed to maintain the files of an organization
- n. a party who files a notice with a law court
But I'm sure that me and millions of people just like me don't really care what the filer is as long as we see the two kisses and of coarse Harry defeating voldemort.
The only difference between the "religious" donations of a standard-deduction - taker and a Schedule-A - filer is rent-seeking prowess.
The application, filed Jan. 25, asked whether the filer was a party in a lawsuit, and
If more than 50\% of the partnership's assets consist of intangibles, Schedule NRH is designed to separate joint the gain (or loss) is allocated to Maine based income between spouses and, if the filer is a on the sales factor of the partnership.
I personally never trust password filer programs anyways.
Under federal bankruptcy rules, a bankruptcy filing results in an automatic stay or halt to all litigation in which the filer is a defendant.
Sound Forge 4. 5h (record, remaster, 48 > 44.1 conversion with anti - alias filer, highest setting 4 of 4) > CD Wave > mkwACT v. 97b1
(sometimes called a filer) exports some storage to various clients.
No matter if you are a "filer" or a "piler", now you can organize your inbox with ease.
This year, the city will spend $7 billion on pension costs, up from $1.5 billion in 2001, which means the average city tax filer will pay $2,400 more to cover pension costs than before the mayor took office.