CSHR

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AcronymDefinition
CSHRCentre for the Study of Human Rights
CSHRCashier
CSHRCenter for the Study of Human Resources
CSHRComprehensive School Health Research (University of Prince Edward Island, Canada)
CSHRCongenital Self-Healing Reticulohistiocytosis
CSHRCentre for the Study of Human Relations (University of Nottingham, UK)
CSHRCoarse Sandy Hilly Region (Australia)
CSHRCitizens Solidarity for Human Rights
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Mobile Cashier is simple and portable; users download the application on the smartphone, connect a pocket-sized card reader and can start accepting credit, debit or prepaid card payments in retail stores or on the go.
You went to the nearest cashier while keeping your hand in your pocket and pointed it towards the cashier and demanded money.
Step 2- The cashier hands back the change, for example, a PS10 note, a PS5 note, four pound coins and 80p in silver.
She agreed the first incident should have been reported and the cashier dismissed for or theft.
However, when actual cashier serum or urine was analyzed, the method failed because of the wide range of suppression observed on the[sup.
22 April 2013 - Finnish financial process automation software solutions provider Basware Oyj (HEL:BAS1V) on Monday said it had sold its Cashier Desk business to domestic Computer Program Unit Oy (CPU) for an aggregate EUR1.
Country: FinlandSector: Computer SoftwareTarget: The Cashier Desk business (Palvelukassa)Buyer: Computer Program Unit OyVendor: Basware Oyj Deal size in USD: 2mType: DivestmentStatus: Closed
When I reached the cashier, the cashier thought that I was stealing the trolley by hiding it inside the bigger suitcase.
We attempted to proceed to a supermarket checkout but the cashier said that he had closed his counter to get the floor in front of it cleaned as it was extremely filthy so we queued up elsewhere.
Thirty-five percent said they use SCO only when they have a few items in their basket and 7% said they use SCO when the cashier lines are too long.
In an offence commonly known by police as 'ringing the changes,' the first man handed over pounds 320 in pounds 20 notes to the cashier and asked them to change it into pounds 10 notes.