Definition of "timekeepers" [timekeepers]

  • Plural form of timekeeper. (noun)

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Use "timekeepers" in a sentence
  • "Among Century's other claims: in January 2006 a "bar pending" law graduate billed 137.1 hours at $450 an hour for a total of $61,695; Latham billed out a "banking, finance and real estate" associate who worked on the case at the same rate as associates with toxic tort litigation experience; and multiple "timekeepers" met with a single expert over a two-day period for a cost of $104,402."
  • "Mr Willard would prefer to have the money due him remitted thro. the Bank U.S. to receiving it in Charlottesville; and I should be very glad if you could accommodate him in this, and procuring for him comfortable lodgings during his stay in your neighbourhood: He has taken with him two or three "timekeepers," and hopes to be able to sell them in Charlottesville and its vicinity; Your aid in this, and advice generally, will also oblige me."
  • "From McKinley's speech at the expo: Expositions are the timekeepers of progress."