Definition of Auditors

1. Noun. (plural of auditor) ¹



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Definition of Auditors

1. auditor [n] - See also: auditor

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Auditors

auditionee
auditionees
auditioner
auditioners
auditioning
auditions
auditive
auditives
auditor
auditoria
auditorial
auditories
auditorily
auditorium
auditoriums
auditors (current term)
auditorship
auditorships
auditory
auditory agnosia
auditory alternans
auditory aphasia
auditory apparatus
auditory area
auditory brainstem response audiometry
auditory canal
auditory capsule
auditory center
auditory communication
auditory cortex

Literary usage of Auditors

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1. Auditing Theory and Practice by Robert Hiester Montgomery (1912)
"Official auditors: "Official auditors" is the term used here to designate all who are engaged to audit the accounts of public officials, and such as are ..."

2. The Spanish Conquest in America, and Its Relation to the History of Slavery by Arthur Helps (1857)
"Two of the auditors, the Licentiates Parada and Francisco Mal- donado, ... The other auditors commenced taking the residencia amid a perfect hubbub of ..."

3. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"The Rota is composed of the auditors, ranking as prelates, appointed by the pope; they must be priests who have obtained a doctorate in theology and canon ..."

4. Biennial report by Minnesota Tax Commission, Washington (State). Board of State Land Commissioners, Washington (State), Board of State Land Commissioners (1910)
"Opinions of County auditors Fully realizing the fact that the county auditor in each county is the one official who is closest in touch with our methods of ..."

5. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and (1910)
"The Companies Act of 1861 led to a large extension of the business of accountants, both as auditors and liquidators of companies; and the acts relating ..."

6. The History of the United States of America by Richard Hildreth (1880)
"To facilitate the settlement of accounts, which had greatly accumulated, in place of several officers created during the war, four new auditors and a second ..."

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