BEARER , strictly " one who carries," a
See also:term used in India for a palanquin-bearer, and now especially for a
See also:body-servant . The term is also used in connexion with military ambulances, and " bearer " companies formed
See also:part of the Royal Army Medical
See also:Corps until amalgamated with the
See also:field-hospitals to
See also:form field-ambulances (1905) . In banking and commerce the word is applied to the holder or presenter of a
See also:cheque or draft not made payable to a specific
See also:person; it has also a technical use, as iri printing, of anything that supports pressure in machinery, &c .
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