- obsoletea prostitutePunning on the officer appointed by the court in a case of insolvency and her reception of men generally.
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receiver general — noun (plural receivers general) Etymology: Middle English receyvour general, from receyvour receiver + general, adjective : a public officer in general charge of receipts receiver general of Massachusetts * * * pl. receivers general. a public… … Useful english dictionary
Receiver General — A Receiver General is, generally speaking, an officer responsible for accepting payments from institutions on behalf of a government, and for making payments to a government on behalf of other parties. Receiver General is typically an alternative … Wikipedia
receiver general — noun (plural receivers general) Date: 15th century a public officer in charge of the treasury (as of Massachusetts) … New Collegiate Dictionary
receiver general — pl. receivers general. a public official in charge of the government s treasury. [1400 50; late ME] * * * … Universalium
receiver general — receiv′er gen′eral n. pl. receivers general gov a public official in charge of the government s treasury • Etymology: 1400–50 … From formal English to slang
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Receiver General for Canada — The Receiver General for Canada ( French: Receveur général du Canada ) is responsible for making payments to the Canadian government each fiscal year, accepting payments from financial institutions and preparing the Public Accounts of Canada,… … Wikipedia
Receiver General of the Isle of Man — The Receiver General of the Isle of Man was an appointment made by the Lieutenant Governor. Until 1919 the Receiver General had a seat in the Legislative Council.The Receiver, called Receiver General and Collector between 1765 and 1832, and since … Wikipedia
receiver general of the public revenue — A county tax collector in England … Ballentine's law dictionary
Treasurer and Receiver-General of Massachusetts — The Treasurer and Receiver General of Massachusetts (commonly called the treasurer ) is an executive officer, elected state wide every four years. The Treasurer oversees the Office of Abandoned Property, the State Retirement Board, the Office of… … Wikipedia