embezzler


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embezzler

n. a person who commits the crime of embezzlement by fraudulently taking funds or property of an employer or trust.

embezzler

noun cheater, criminal, crook, culprit, defrauder, evildoer, interceptor, lawbreaker, one who commits larceny, peculator, pecuniae averror, pilferer, purloiner, swindler, thief
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Finance and accounting are the most common job functions of embezzlers (37%).
Specifically, the court recognizes the unfairness of allowing the embezzler to keep money it stole from the company and could order the embezzler to pay back the company.
One alternative is to confront the suspected embezzler and try to obtain payment from him or her before going to the police," Durham says.
He said the suspected embezzler paid back $29,000, but has disappeared.
WHAT do you make of Lanarkshire embezzler David Marshall who says he blew pounds 2million on the horses?
The New York Times and The Washington Post "almost instantaneously transformed" Little Rock judge and bogus businessman David Hale "from a recalcitrant embezzler into a credible source.
US 1072, in which it was held that an embezzler could not claim a net operating loss deduction for repayment of embezzled funds, as embezzlement was not a "trade or business" for Sec.
Three of a Kind (1943) contained the short novels Sinful Woman, Double Indemnity, and The Embezzler.
There is no exact description of how an embezzler looks, acts, or thinks.
Against Solinsky's charge - "The man was a tyrant, a murderer, a thief, a liar, an embezzler, a moral pervert, the worst criminal in our nation's history.