The registrar returns the numbers for 1916 at 1,427 small holders.
It is rather too late in the day for you to see the registrar.
The registrar and recorder was to be a person of good discretion and honesty, and his salary paid in sugar and tobacco.
We would never have dreamed of defying the registrar, would we, Emma?
Failing the certificate, the clergyman cannot refuse to bury, but he must forthwith give notice in writing to the registrar.
The visit to the registrar's office had been short and unimpressive.
The registrar folded up his papers and shook hands with the Beggar Man.
"I was speaking of the registrar's salary," said Haire, half testily.
The registrar was, of course, responsible for using his intelligence in each case to prevent imposture.
I will marry you at the registrar's office and part from you the moment the ceremony is completed.
registrar reg·is·trar (rěj'ĭ-strär', rěj'ĭ-strär')
An admitting officer in a hospital.