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Now, Guy Frankenstein finds delight in Halloween, and wisecracks with cashiers at places like Party City when he buys holiday decorations and other supplies.When your last name is Frankenstein and it’s Halloween|Kellie B. Gormly|October 30, 2020|Washington Post
My neighborhood bánh mì joint, for example, has set up a vinyl curtain to separate the cashier from the customer.Why plexiglass alone can’t prevent Covid-19|Terry Nguyen|October 23, 2020|Vox
Where we’re going to be paid per transaction that we bring up if we’re a cashier.Mixtape Podcast: Proposition 22 and the labor divide|Henry Pickavet|October 22, 2020|TechCrunch
For instance, it might alert someone searching for cashier positions that medical billing specialists have an 80% overlap in talents and skills, then suggest related openings and additional skill-building opportunities.Combating record unemployment with the help of strangers|Katie McLean|October 20, 2020|MIT Technology Review
These precautions are aimed at protecting the cashiers, nurses, and pharmacists who work in high-exposure occupations.What do plexiglass dividers do to stop Covid-19?|Alexandra Ossola|October 7, 2020|Quartz
Should he publish such opinions in book form, of course the process of cashiering him would be simpler.What Germany Thinks|Thomas F. A. Smith
Neglect it, comparatively, they never did: as the cashiering of magistrates ought too angrily to remind the Whigs.
Cashiering was the least punishment which would await the act.Sophy of Kravonia|Anthony Hope
Your mere sour look affrights him, and makes him doubt his cashiering.
The caliga was the badge, or symbol of a soldier; whence to take away the caliga and belt, imported a dismissal or cashiering.