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Banker

A person, especially an executive, who works for a bank. Bankers provide a wide variety of services, such as monitoring and safeguarding bank accounts, issuing loans, and accounting. Some bankers may also provide investment services such as underwriting or brokering. A banker's client may be an individual, company, or institutional investor, depending on the nature of the transaction and the type of bank.
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Siege Day is the culmination of The Siege Games, a competitive tour that took place at major gaming events around the United States where gamers battled for the highest score in Rainbow Six Siege.
The first shot was directed at hostages as they fled the scene a few hours after the siege started, but hit only the doorjamb.
Baird called the Martin Place siege as the darkest hour of the country.
Although this perspective adds significantly to existing research on the siege of Strasbourg, those looking for a complete and balanced account will have to consult other works in addition to this one.
Horror over the siege soon" Horror over the siege soon turned to anger as politicians demanded to know how violent criminal and self-styled cleric Monis slipped through the security net.
The chief minister clarified that he would not resign and the Opposition said it would continue its protests in the solar scam issue using methods it had adopted prior to the siege.
Witnesses say that during the siege he fired in the air to drive police away.
He said several Egyptian delegations have recently visited his coastal enclave in line with Mursi's policy on the necessity of ending the siege of Gaza and establishing permanent ties with Gazans.
Summary: RAMALLAH: The Israeli Army will not ease the siege it imposed on Gaza Strip after the release of Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit in exchange for 1,027 Palestinian prisoners.
Secretary-General of the Arab League, Nabil al-Arabi, on Sunday criticized the UN report on the Israeli aggression against the freedom flotilla which was trying to break the siege on Gaza Strip last May.
The largely-forgotten saga of resistance and suffering was revived last night at Newcastle's Live Theatre during the premiere of the film Siege and Storm.
The film will be showing as part of the Siege and Storm exhibition, which runs until October 30 at Newcastle Discovery Museum.