Short entry

SHORT ENTRY. A term used among bankers, which takes, place when a note has been sent to a bank for collection, and an entry of it is made in the customer's bank book, stating the amount in an inner column, and carrying it out into the accounts between the parties when it has been paid.
     2. A bill of this kind remains the property of the depositor. 1 Bell's Com. 27l; 9 East, 12; 1 Rose, 153; 2 Rose, 163; 2 B. & Cr. 422; Pull. Mer. Acc. 56.

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STORE LAMBS - Also a short entry with just 67 forward.
In addition to being a Platinum Sponsor, Boardwalk offered the children of their Resident Members the opportunity to attend the event by completing a short entry that includes what community means to them and how they give back to community locally, nationally or globally.
com - you'll receive a short entry form, which you must complete and send back no later than midnight on Sunday, October 28, to be in with a chance of winning.
To enter the competition, social enterprises should complete a short entry form downloadable from www.
Steams was randomly selected to win the tickets after entering the contest by "liking" National Grid on Facebook and filling out a short entry form at www.
I would have also included a short entry for watches, with which Gibson was obsessed and which make appearance in various guises in several novels.
It is however evidence of the extraordinary topicality and controversy of the Murdoch brand that out of 700 pages of a book covering the momentous period from 9/11 to the Iraq War, The Guardian should lead their coverage on a very short entry about this phone call.
To enter , social enterprises can complete a short entry form downloadable from www.
Guidi Bruscoli mentioned that the short entry referred to "the new land" ("ilnuovo paese" in the original Italian version) and not to "a new land" (or "un nuovo paese").
Participants can simply fill out a short entry form during the month of February, and they will be entered to win.
For instance, there is a disappointingly short entry on the Carter Family (the author classifies them as 'Country' and refers the reader to one of his other discographies for more information), and, conversely, a surprisingly thorough section on Harry Belafonte.
The short entry on transportation and trafficability mentions that the subtropical alpine climate of this section makes transportation for vehicles other than by road impossible, and that the dirt roads are in clayey and loamy soils.