- n. Plural form of certificate.
“From now until the end of the year, purchase $100 in gift certificates and receive $100 in bonus gift certificates* for yourself!”
“He was selling what he termed certificates of deposit that were actually more like investment contracts," said Patricia Highley, senior securities analyst for the department's securities bureau.”
“Said individual is licensed to drive or fly with eight current driversâ and pilotsâ licenses under four different aliases (all seemingly valid birth certificates from the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealandâindeterminate if these were done at Agency requests or by other resources);”
“Next you need certificates from the water provider, and CFE (electric company) in order to make sure that there are no debts outstanding.”
“Where to Find the Deals Amid a rise in long-term market rates, banks and credit unions are starting to boost rates on longer-term certificates of deposit.”
“Attention, beleaguered savers: Banks across the nation, including Bank of America Corp., Citigroup Inc. and Northern Trust Corp., are bumping up rates on longer-term certificates of deposit.”
“Amid a rise in long-term market rates, banks and credit unions are starting to boost rates on longer-term certificates of deposit.”
“I gathered together certain certificates of goods and chattels, pointed my heels toward him and his cabbages, and journeyed townward.”
“A lottery to give away 392 of the new taxi certificates is planned in November.”
“Losing to Inflation Attention, savers: You may be losing ground to inflation on your long-term certificates of deposit.”
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