from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Attempt to collect a debt.
- v. Present participle of dun.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The process of curing codfish in a way to give them a particular color and flavor. See dun, transitive verb, and dunfish.
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Earthquake seemed the favourite affliction, though there was one man, with a bill, who persisted in dunning me throughout the night.
Earthquake seemed the favorite affliction, though there was one man, with a bill, who persisted in dunning me throughout the night.
Mr. Fairchild of YUSA, the auto-parts company Ohio is dunning for part of a past grant, says, "Frankly, you wonder whether...they are trying to chase industry clean out of here, and beat us with a stick until we finally say, 'The heck with you.'"
The mail is for bills, and dunning notices and catalogues.
GetHarvest.com also offers a less stressful option for managers who hate dunning their customers.
They are dunning me for the construction permit payment - if I can't prove it was paid, I must pay it.
That said, GTA IV's driving and dunning around killing guys missions were good and fun to play as well.
But in any one - (wo) man operation, the proprietor writes the dunning letter and makes the dunning phone calls.
They seem perfectly capable of churning out millions of dunning notices for even the slightest discrepancies in other parts of the 1040.
At the time, nearly a decade after the end of World War I, American aid was feeding defeated Germany even as the U.S. was dunning France to repay its war debts.
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