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Clerk vs. Clark

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Clerknoun

One who occupationally works with records, accounts, letters, etc.; an office worker.

Clarknoun

United States explorer who (with Meriwether Lewis) led an expedition from St. Louis to the mouth of the Columbia River; Clark was responsible for making maps of the area (1770-1838)

Clerknoun

(Quakerism) A facilitator of a Quaker meeting for business affairs.

Clarknoun

United States general who was Allied commander in Africa and Italy in World War II and was commander of the United Nations forces in Korea (1896-1984)

Clerknoun

(archaic) In the Church of England, the layman that assists in the church service, especially in reading the responses (also called parish clerk).

Clarknoun

United States psychologist (born in Panama) whose research persuaded the Supreme Court that segregated schools were discriminatory (1914-)

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Clerknoun

(archaic) A cleric or clergyman.

Clarknoun

Canadian politician who served as prime minister (1939-)

Clerknoun

(obsolete) A scholar.

Clark

Clark is an English language surname, ultimately derived from the Latin with historical links to England and Ireland clericus meaning , or a scholar within a religious order, referring to someone who was educated. Clark evolved from .

‘scribe’; ‘secretary’; ‘clerk’;

Clerkverb

To act as a clerk, to perform the duties or functions of a clerk

‘The law school graduate clerked for the supreme court judge for the summer.’;

Clerknoun

A clergyman or ecclesiastic.

‘All persons were styled clerks that served in the church of Christ.’;

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Clerknoun

A man who could read; a scholar; a learned person; a man of letters.

‘He was no great clerk, but he was perfectly well versed in the interests of Europe.’;

Clerknoun

A parish officer, being a layman who leads in reading the responses of the Episcopal church service, and otherwise assists in it.

‘And like unlettered clerk still cry "Amen".’;

Clerknoun

One employed to keep records or accounts; a scribe; an accountant; as, the clerk of a court; a town clerk.

‘The clerk of the crown . . . withdrew the bill.’;

Clerknoun

An assistant in a shop or store.

Clerknoun

an employee who performs clerical work (e.g., keeps records or accounts)

Clerknoun

a salesperson in a store

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Clerkverb

work as a clerk, as in the legal business

Clerknoun

a person employed in an office or bank to keep records, accounts, and undertake other routine administrative duties

‘a bank clerk’; ‘a wages clerk’;

Clerknoun

an official in charge of the records of a local council or court

‘a clerk to the magistrates’;

Clerknoun

a senior official in Parliament.

Clerknoun

a lay officer of a cathedral, parish church, college chapel, etc.

‘a chapter clerk’;

Clerknoun

a receptionist in a hotel

‘she approached the desk and the clerk looked down at her’;

Clerknoun

an assistant in a shop

‘a clerk in an ice-cream store’;

Clerknoun

a member of the clergy.

Clerknoun

a literate or scholarly person.

Clerkverb

work as a clerk

‘eleven of those who left college this year are clerking in auction stores’;

Clerk

A clerk ( or ) is a white-collar worker who conducts general office tasks, or a worker who performs similar sales-related tasks in a retail environment. The responsibilities of clerical workers commonly include record keeping, filing, staffing service counters, screening callers, and other administrative tasks.

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