Definition of Subclerks

1. subclerk [n] - See also: subclerk



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subclerks

subclause
subclauses
subclavian
subclavian arteries
subclavian artery
subclavian steal syndrome
subclavian vein
subclavians
subclerk
subclerks (current term)
subclimate
subclimates
subclimax
subclimaxes
subclinical
subclinical absence
subclinically
subclonal
subclone
subcloned
subclones
subcloning
subclump
subclumps

Literary usage of Subclerks

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Postal Salaries: Hearings, Sixty-sixth Congress, First [second] Session by United States, Congress, Joint Commission on Postal Salaries (1919)
"The case of the subclerks has been covered to some extent by the previous speaker, but we have clerks that sub from four to five years, as he said, ..."

2. Records of the Borough of Leicester: Being a Series of Extracts from the by Leicester (England), Mary Bateson, William Henry Stevenson, John Edward Stocks (1899)
"To his two subclerks y. $d. To two marshals on their arrival 4*. To the crier 2s. To the said marshals for their fee from the assessor (de ..."

3. Reports from the Court of Claims Submitted to the House of Representatives by United States Court of Claims, United States Congress. House (1915)
"... on various days employed more hours as carriers than as subclerks and for the performance of such duties were compelled to purchase carrier uniforms. ..."

4. Reports of the Department of Commerce and Labor 1904-1912: Report of the by Dept. of Commerce and Labor, United States (1912)
"... appointed for all or a part of the Thirteenth Decennial (>n:u; period, who were on dutv at the close of June 30,1911: 1948 clerks, 52 subclerks, ..."

5. A History of Shrewsbury by Hugh Owen (1825)
"... forum appertains, and he inhibits all his subjects, (uni- versis subditis nostris,) and all his subclerks, from molesting them in the premises. ..."

6. First Annual Report of the Secretary, 1903 by Dept. of Commerce and Labor, United States (1903)
"... 1911: 1948 clerks, 52 subclerks, 14 special agents; total, 2014. 1 Net increase 155, against a net increase of 327 in the fiscal year 1910. ..."

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