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Bookkeeper

A person who records financial transactions. That is, bookkeepers maintain financial records, noting expenses or revenue, and determining how much one owes or is owed. Bookkeeping is related to, but distinct from, accounting. While accountants create reports based on financial information, bookkeepers record the information itself.
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"The stud book keeper for Western lowland gorillas will search zoos for a suitable male that will be a match for the troop at Dublin Zoo.
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Stephen Daly, from Firhouse, Dublin, quit Kelly Gunning Estate Agents when a book keeper was hired to investigate missing money.
Jeff Niblett, 50, a self employed book keeper and mortgage adviser.
He said he had been placed in charge, having been promoted from book keeper to a position for which he was not really qualified.
AUSTRALIA'S Stud Book keeper Michael Ford estimated yesterday that the 2006 foal crop will be the country's largest in nearly a decade and a half.
Prior to this she held positions at SG Hambros Trust Company, also in Jersey, where she was a company book keeper and latterly an accounts preparation clerk.
To prove that the former minister had embezzled pounds 181,000 from an anti- apartheid organisation, the prosecution had relied on testimony from Boesak's former book keeper and from American singer Paul Simon, who donated money to the group.
A book keeper has appeared in court, accused of embezzling nearly PS285,000 from a community trust, a health company, and one of Scotland's best known fish and chip shops.