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accommodation bill

a BILL OF EXCHANGE accepted by an accommodation party, that is, a person signing without receiving value and for the purpose of lending his name (and his credit) to someone else. An accommodation party is liable on the bill to a holder for value.
Collins Dictionary of Law © W.J. Stewart, 2006
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It has more parts and pieces than any windmill I've ever seen."
An alternative route is available via Windmill Brae, Crown Street and Crown Terrace.
The Commissioner termed the windmill power project of Nooriabad as one of the projects which launched for the national interest and maintained that no negligence in this regard will be tolerated.
If most of the mills were situated at Windmill Hills, there were others at Hillgate, High Street, Jackson Street, Bensham and Carr Hill.
IN possibly the darkest week of his presidency, Donald Trump keeps hitting out at what he sees as one of the biggest threats to the world - windmills.
Information for a self-guided tour will be at your fingertips when you are standing in front of a windmill, such the U.S.
The DeZwaan windmill is the only operational and authentic Dutch windmill in the United States.
Campaigners have warnedBerkswell Windmill in Windmill Lane, Balsall Common, could be threatened by Solihull Council's long-term housing plans.
Residents fear a Solihull Council decision could now open the door to hundreds of new houses near the historic Berkswell Windmill, in Windmill Lane, Balsall Common.
Keith, aged 70, was actually born in the Mill House in Holywell which was located in the grounds of this Grade II listed windmill, although it has long been demolished.
Built in the late 18th or early 19th century, Groes Onnen windmill on Pen-y-Maes Road in Holywell has been converted into a family home.