bank clerk

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an employee of a bank who receives and pays out money

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The bank clerk was now a Second Cashier, and under him in the same branch were two clerks, one who had been a captain and the other a lieutenant during the War.
You must not in any way cause the bank clerk to be sacked or sent to prison because of a genuine mistake.
A BIRMINGHAM bank clerk who plundered more than PS9,000 from a customer account has received a suspended jail sentence.
New York, June 12 ( ANI ): A German bank clerk cost the bank 293 million dollars by accidentally transferring funds while lying on his computer keyboard.
A former Bootle bank clerk, Donna Hartley-Wass as she became known won bronze at the 1980 Olympic Games in Moscow in the 4x400m.
A BANK clerk was found guilty yesterday of stealing thousands of pounds from a children's after school club.
A former HSBC bank clerk is among as many as 50 British men fighting in Syria alongside rebels and terrorist groups.
She was bank clerk Sharon Tinkler, 24, who triumphed over two men for the coveted job.
The Blackeyed Theatre Company production at Venue Cymru stars Simon Wegrzyn as bank clerk Joseph K (pictured), arrested on his 30th birthday.
This is amazing," said captain Pablo Infante, a local bank clerk.
The bank clerk was supposed to help transfer the stolen sum out of the UAE.
Summary: A bank clerk who fled court moments before she was due to be sentenced for stealing Au120,000 has been found hanged.
The Big Mac worker gets pounds 17,680, a bank clerk pounds 17,500 and a high street fundraiser or "charity mugger" pounds 18,000.
BANK clerk Yvonne Dawson, 51, has lost nine stones and dropped six dress sizes since having gastric band surgery a year ago.
I AM incensed that crooked bank clerk Lisa Bramley, pictured, walked free from court after being found guilty of stealing pounds 3,000 from 94-year-old Mary Arthy's bank account.