Number Cruncher


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Number Cruncher

A slang term for an accountant or other financial worker.
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The Number Crunchers section enables property investors and their professional advisers to assess the viability of new property investment deals as well as existing property portfolios.
Government number crunchers in 2004 and 2006 also based their predictions on a rapid expansion in the numbers of elderly and young people, those living alone and immigration trends.
NUMBER crunchers planning the 2011 National Census need maths lessons, too.
ACCORDING to some clever number crunchers, one in every 35 Gardai are now working on the security operation at Shell's Corrib site.
Number crunchers worked out that there are 49 Tories, 36 Labour councillors, 32 Liberal Democrats and three for the Respect party.
TOWN hall number crunchers have come up with a council tax proposal for the coming year.
A TEAM of number crunchers ventured away from their desks to take on an unusual team building challenge.
But the apocalyptic number crunchers overlook the fact that America is very different from the rest of the world in ways other than just our resource use.
Number crunchers and members of the Council of the North narrowly averted a crisis here at their recent meeting, reaching a tentative compromise after one diocese said it would quit the group.
But the feature that will really have the number crunchers at Honda and Toyota sitting up and taking notice is the Spectra's airbag system.
Number crunchers in Teesside town halls are busy preparing budget plans for the coming year.