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Controller

The corporate manager responsible for the firm's accounting activities. Sometimes referred to as the comptroller (which means the same thing).

Controller

The chief accountant in a company or government. The controller is the head of the accounting department and is responsible for financial and managerial accounting. He/she helps management interpret and appropriately respond to accounting data. A controller is also called a comptroller.

controller

An organization's chief accounting officer, who is responsible for establishing and maintaining the organization's accounting system. Also called comptroller.
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at the time, no system existed that enabled air traffic controllers to recognize which signal -- climb or descent -- a TACS was giving.
Rose and colleagues from the University of Texas in 1994 showed that over 20 years of professional activity about 17% of the 218 air traffic controllers developed arterial hypertension (Ming et al.
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WASHINGTON -- Over the next 10 years, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will hire and train air traffic controllers more efficiently and will staff each air traffic facility with the appropriate number of controllers to offset an expected wave of air traffic controller retirements, the agency announced in a controller staffing plan released today.
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