Did you by any chance mean promissory?
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“I'll have to leave a promissary note on that for now.”
“If you expect a famine, your promissary note may be worth no more than the calories it provides when you eat it.”
“Based on this record, do the eight promissary notes issued by McNaughton Apparel Group, Inc., to the Schneiders fall within the definition of a "security" as contemplated by Section 8-102 (15) of the New York Uniform Commercial Code?”
“It's a politically correct way of giving cash without being so vulgar (cash, of course, being a promissary note in the same way).”
“The past is a cancelled check, and tomorrow a promissary note, the only cash we have in our pocket is the present ... today.”
“This is a promissary note for one hug, redeemable should you ever be in the San Diego CA area.”
“Ok, off wafts another invalidated promissary note, now not even as valuable as Monopoly money.”
“I should not have thought of doing, had not I catched it from your conditional promissary note to Miss Fenton, which she proudly let me have a sight of.”
“The state accused Fortner of further unethical conduct, including failing to record the promissary note sales on the books of the broker-dealers that he represented.”
“According to a multimillion-dollar fraud case brought by the Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance Securities Division, Fortner sold promissary notes to at least 44 people.”
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