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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisharticledar‧ti‧cled /ˈɑːtɪkəld $ ˈɑːr-/ adjective British English  SETLEARNsomeone who is articled to a company of lawyers, accountants etc, is employed by that company while they are training to become a lawyer etc an articled clerkarticled to He was articled to a firm of architects.
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articledThe defendants' articled clerk handled the wife's affairs and negotiated a financial settlement with the husband's solicitors.Then Hubert was going to be an articled clerk, straight after school.He was educated at Clifton College, Bristol, and in 1883 became for three years articled clerk to a London solicitor.Opposite to David's desk stood a smaller one occupied by the articled clerk.They then knock at solicitors' doors, presenting their credentials and asking if there is a vacancy for an articled clerk.Firms began to poach partners and to recruit dozens of assistant solicitors and articled clerks.One minute he's an ordinary guy, the next an articled headcase out to kill everyone.Within living memory there have been cathedral organists who have taught their skills to articled pupils.