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Her father had brought an entire court to the house: judge, advocates, recording clerks and all.
During this time he served as recording clerk in the county clerk's office to meet his expenses.
On the side wall opposite the recording clerk's desk, a brazier smouldered.
President, vice presidents, and 3 recording clerks are the board (German: Präsidium).
The chancellor took care of the keys and seals and was recording clerk of the chaptre.
The ramblings of a recording clerk, by Geoffrey Bowes
A typical yearly meeting session has a presiding clerk, one or two recording clerks and a reading clerk on stage.
43 Numerical and material recording clerks
Then the recording clerk's voice said bristly, "Very good, Mr. Worden!
He carefully forged the necessary signatures of the doctor and recording clerk, then went to the copying machine and made two copies of each certificate.
On November 11, 1865, Mr. Fletcher joined the Common Council of Vancouver, and became its recording clerk also.
In San Francisco, Latham continued in law, becoming a recording clerk for the county, and in 1851, the district attorney of Sacramento.
Then he worked for D. Appleton & Co., was Recording Clerk in the County Clerk's office in 1874, and began to study law.
In 1887, he removed to New York City, entered the Tammany Hall organization, and became Chief Recording Clerk in the County Clerk's office.
In this case different names may be given to the different clerks - e.g. co-clerk, recording clerk, presiding clerk, assistant clerk, reading clerk, epistle clerk, correspondence clerk.
He spent four years doing national service and then another four unemployed before getting a job as a recording clerk at the Slovenian Marxist Centre, where he became involved with scholars committed to Lacanian psychoanalysis.
It is also possible, Mr. Brav said, for the lawyer handling the closing to send an improperly executed document off for recording - an error that can easily be missed by recording clerks in a busy office.