from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a mode of bookkeeping in which two entries of every transaction are carried to the ledger, one to the Dr., or left hand, side of one account, and the other to the Cr., or right hand, side of a corresponding account, in order tha� the one entry may check the other; -- sometimes called, from the place of its origin, the Italian method.
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