stated clerk

noun

Definition of stated clerk 

: an executive officer of a Presbyterian general assembly, synod, or presbytery ranking below the moderator

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The Ohio police union, the state police chiefs association, and the state clerks of court association support Kasich’s proposal. Andrew Welsh-huggins, The Seattle Times, "Ohio’s governor signs order to tighten gun background checks," 23 Apr. 2018 The Ohio police union, the state police chiefs association, and the state clerks of court association support Kasich’s proposal. Washington Post, "Ohio’s governor signs order to tighten gun background checks," 23 Apr. 2018

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1791, in the meaning defined above

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