n. 1. A clerk, a clergyman. a. 1. Same as Clerical. .
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The term "clerical speed" is not well defined. Clerks do many different things and the speed with which they do those things is not measured the same way. In other words, you …can measure how many words per minute a clerk can type, and how many pieces of paper can be filed per minute, and how many numbers can be added up, and so forth, but these are all separate measurements, they do not add up to "clerical speed". However, the Johnson O'Connor Research Foundation describes graphoria as clerical speed. It's a personal aptitude which involves paper and pencil tasks. This aptitude can be tested by speed of number checking (comparing two lists of numbers) and can be an indicator of how well a student does in school. An individual with low clerical speed may not be able to complete tasks in the time given and as a result grow frustrated with school. Many times, these individuals will have very strong aptitudes in other areas to compensate. These individuals may gravitate to work which involves their strengths. Jocrf Testing is highly recommended for this type. Take it from someone with extremely slow clerical speed. People with high clerical speed may find homework a breeze and find accounting a satisfying career choice. (MORE)
The word cleric is related to the word clergy, and originally meant a clergyman, or specifically a person who had been ordained to be a deacon, priest, or bishop. In time, the… word came to be applied to people who had to read and write as part of their livelihood, and so it included clerks (another related word), and it also included students. Eventually, the word came to mean legally anyone who could read and write, and so could apply to ecclesiastical courts in order to bypass the secular court system. In The Canterbury Tales , the cleric is a student at Oxford. (Please see the links below.) (MORE)
It is an activity that involves action by a clerk or otherindividual, typically involving documentation or administrativefunctions. It can be compiling, notation, acknowledgem…ent,approval, authorization, or any other activity that generates awritten or electronic record. (MORE)
No, it is reserved for ministers of religion who have been ordained (or in the case of religious male orders, who have consecrated their lives to God). Students for the priest…hood can wear a clerical collar also. (MORE)