commissionaire


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The commissionaire and Morrison were talking together at the door.
The fiacre stopped at the door of a celebrated perfumer, and the commissionaire, deeming us of too much value to be left on a carriage seat, took us in her hand while she negotiated a small affair with its mistress.
I'll give you a sovereign if you'll wait here till I come back, and then tell me whether any man, woman, or child has gone into that house where the commissionaire is standing.
And when all three men gathered round the gilded commissionaire, who still stood smiling astride of the porch, the verdict was more final still.
They descended, passing the man with the pail, who again asseverated that he had let no intruder pass, down to the commissionaire and the hovering chestnut man, who rigidly reasserted their own watchfulness.
The commissionaire plumped down into a chair and stared from one to the other of us.
When the commissionaire had gone, Holmes took up the stone and held it against the light.
The meeting was attended by FBR (Federal Board of Revenue), Pakistan Coast Guards, FIA, FATA Secretariat, Punjab Rangers, Frontier Corps (FC) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), Sindh Rangers, FC Baluchistan, Islamabad Police, National Highways and Motorways Police (NH and MP), Pakistan Railways Police, Punjab police, Sindh police, KP police, Baluchistan police, GB Police, Excise and Taxation (E and T) GB, E and T Azad Jammu and Kashmir, E and T Sindh, E and T Baluchistan, Commissionaire Afghan refugees in KP, Malakand Levies, NLC and representatives of Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).
I loved working with Souness and his arrival at Rangers wasn't so much written in the stars as stamped all over the dress sense of our former club commissionaire, Stan Holloway, who would normally be dressed smartly in a shirt and black trousers.
JAMES BURNS, the part-time commissionaire at the Philharmonic Hall was offered his job back, right, just days after being told he was no longer required.
A commissionaire is a longstanding commercial arrangement often used between unrelated parties, and yet it seems the OECD views them as primarily used for tax avoidance.
Economic and Financial Affairs Commissionaire Pierre Moscovici asked for the law to be implemented with no further delay.
Early in July, secretary of Iran's Human Rights Council Mohammad Javad Larijani in a letter to UN High Commissionaire for Human Rights Navi Pillay blasted the UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights in Iran, Ahmed Shaheed, for his baseless allegations against Tehran, and said his method of compiling reports runs counter to the principles of being a neutral rapporteur.
Maureen recalled many colleagues from that era, including Carrie Bethel, Aggie Stephens, Pat Bishop, Joan Nolan, Laura Taylor, Stella Maddison, Bryan Robinson, Tony Littlejohn, Tony Hutchins, Audrey Patterson, Bill Lea, George Godden, commissionaire Mr Smith, trainee manager David Walker, Renee Dick-k inson and Maureen's husband-to-be, Keith Philipson.
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