Once the document was produced, the auditor checked it off his list, DiPascali said.
Bar-Fields had served two years in the Navy and now worked two jobs back in Texas, one of them as a night auditor at a hotel.
And for their services -- as Autonomy's auditor -- they got a nice fee.
The auditor also said there were suspicious transactions, including the questionable movement of $100,000 in campaign funds.
Six out of seven statewide elected officials, from governor on down to auditor, are Democrats.
In recent years the comptroller, or the auditor, as you may prefer to call him, has become more and more of a statistician.
The 58lady afterwards detained him with her as the auditor of her accounts.
In very grave cases, they could be accompanied by some auditor, if necessary.
"Boompointer's a big man," continued his auditor doubtfully.
Never was auditor more easily moved by the transitions of the tale from tears to smiles, and from smiles again to tears.
early 14c., "official who receives and examines accounts;" late 14c., "a listener," from Anglo-French auditour (Old French oieor "listener, court clerk," 13c.; Modern French auditeur), from Latin auditor "a hearer," from auditus, past participle of audire "to hear" (see audience). Meaning "receiver and examiner of accounts" is because this process formerly was done, and vouched for, orally.