working papers

  1. records kept of activities involved in carrying out a project
    the auditor was required to produce his working papers
  2. a legal document giving information required for employment of certain people in certain countries
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How To Use working papers In A Sentence

  • A more narrowly technical cross-disciplinary effort in Mozambique is Paul J.J. Sinclair, "Ethno-Archaeological Surveys of the Save River Valley, South-Central Mozambique," Working Papers in African Studies, 11 (Department of Cultural Anthropology, Uppsala University, 1985). Where Women Make History: Gendered Tellings of Community and Change in Magude, Mozambique
  • In the case of a company, the working papers of the company auditor (who audits the accounts prepared by the company's accountant) are the auditor's property.
  • the auditor was required to produce his working papers
  • Those reports - those working papers, again, as far as I understand it, were delivered at the command level.
  • Assist with the process to get working papers ( it can be cumbersome ) if they are needed.
  • What does a more detailed examination of the proposals in Working for patients and the accompanying working papers reveal?
  • Accordingly, the auditor notes in the working papers that controls over receipts are adequate.
  • We used repeated examination of our data, critical exchange among team members, and interchanges with readers about working papers to seek robustness and plausibility.
  • No matter how stupid a question or trivial an issue, the denial of full access to all files, working papers, memos, personal notes and so on will be treated as a cover-up.
  • The quality of research is assessed by a thesis of publishable standard, working papers, seminar presentations and by vivavoce.
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