stocktaker


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an employee whose job is to take inventory

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Brian, a stocktaker, added: "We were doubting ourselvesthe neurologist noticed a change in as did the school, his teachers, care stants, and the greater family and ds.
Yesterday, at the Brierley Hill Police Court, before Colonel J W Higgs- Walker and Mr A Shaw, Joseph Jones, aged 60, an ironworks stocktaker, of Victoria Road, Quarry Bank, was charged with the wilful murder of his son-in-law, Edmunde Clarke, aged 26, haulier and master chainmaker, of the same address.
Proud dad Robert, 23, a stocktaker, added: "He is an amazing New Year present.
A stocktaker accused of secretly filming a woman in a bath used his partner's camcorder to record the footage, Cardiff Crown Court heard.
Three of the eight successful graduates from the first course have already found work - one working in a call centre, another as a stocktaker and the third as an industrial cleaner.
The technology package that stocktaker Richard Macdonald won provides all the features a small business needs to operate effectively and with minimum IT administration, allowing small business managers to focus on making their firms a success.
Charity project manager Ruth and husband Michael, a 37-year-old supermarket stocktaker, have lost count of the number of times Chad has come bounding to the rescue of their son.
A former pupil of Eton College and a student at Oxford University, Sir Alick joined S&N as a stocktaker in Glasgow at the age of 25.
Rationing ended, Doug's stall expanded and now, owned by Pat Taylor, it's a nightmare for any stocktaker with thousands of items struggling for space.