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The public official charged with the duty of making and maintaining public records.

Common examples are the registrars of voters and deeds.

See: accountant, clerk, comptroller, notary public


an official in charge of keeping a register.
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So that, at the moment of meeting him, I heard Monsieur de Marquet say to the Registrar with a sigh:
The face of that gentleman clouded, and, as he saw Rouletabille approaching, hat in hand, he sprang into one of the empty carriages saying, half aloud to his Registrar, as he did so, "Above all, no journalists
The Registrar followed and closed the carriage door.
And he turned towards his Registrar as if he no longer knew us.
There, the magistrate and his Registrar bowed to us, and by rapidly getting into a cab that was awaiting them, made us understand that they had seen enough of us.
It was a bit of luck, our falling in with that examining magistrate and his Registrar, eh?
Secured Property Developments Plc wishes to announce the appointment of Avenir Registrars Limited as Registrar to the company.
LAHORE -- The Lahore High Court on Thursday promoted 10 assistant registrars and 15 assistants to the next ranks.
com)-- LogicBoxes, the developer of OrderBox , a Registrar automation product currently used by over 100 ICANN Accredited Registrars, announced the launch of a new solution, "Integrate Vertically," tailored to meet the needs of New gTLD operators.
REGISTRARS are legally responsible for recording the details of all births, stillbirths, deaths and marriages in their area.
Spam-fighting organization KnujOn has released a report on the top 10 registrars it has linked to spam and other illicit activity.
31 /PRNewswire/ -- A new independent study released today by leading market research firm Penn Schoen & Berland Associates (PSB) finds that current dot net registrars see a critical need for increased competition in the generic Top Level Domain (gTLD) registry market.

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