filer : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a party who files a notice with a law court
- n a clerk who is employed to maintain the files of an organization
- Take this piece of dissent from a rank and filer: "The products are there.
- In many cases, the researchers found, illness was followed by time lost from work, leading the filer to lose his or her job and, with it, health insurance coverage.
- If, for example, a bankruptcy filer was left with more than $1,200 a year (beyond his basic expenses) over five years, that would be considered an abuse.
News & Articles
- Filer Fun Days
Filer, Idaho ( KMVT-TV / KTWT-TV ) The Filer Fun Days kicked off this afternoon over at the Twin Falls County fairgrounds.
June 22, 2013 - KMVT Twin Falls
- Church News
Events Planned at Filer Church
June 22, 2013 - The Times-News
- Filer After 50 Alumni Assn. to Hold Social Friday
FILER • The Filer High School After 50 Alumni Association will hold its eighth annual social break and luncheon Friday, July 21, in the cafeteria at Filer High School.
June 20, 2013 - The Times-News
- Daniel Mudd in Reuters.uk
Today's update reflects a lot of continued momentum in our efforts to catch up and become a current filer,Daniel Mudd, chief executive officer, said in a release.
- Mike Zafirovski in International Herald Tribune
I now look forward to completing our first quarter 2006 reporting and moving back to being a timely filer,Zafirovski, 52, said in the statement.
- Danny White in OurSports Central (press release)
Our offense did a great job. JJ McKelvey was very impressive and RODNEY FILER (6-2, 266, Iowa) ran the ball hard,said White. "The defense was also very encouraging tonight, especially on the opening series. All of this makes us very...