- n an employee who performs clerical work (e.g., keeps records or accounts)
- n a salesperson in a store
- v work as a clerk, as in the legal business
- Ginny Brown-Waite in Washington Post
Page supervision, other than on the floor of the House, is found to be sorely lacking, and the clerk has been slow to share information with members of the board,Brown-Waite wrote. "In at least one vitally important incident, we were...
- James Sensenbrenner in Guardian Unlimited
Instead, Congress should "direct the general counsel to the clerk of the House of Representatives to file a civil suit," Sensenbrenner added.
- Tom McClintock in International Herald Tribune
Which is actually probably a pretty good thing because I imagine the House clerk has a much better knowledge of the available rooms than either of us would have,McClintock said.