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- n. Plural form of account book.
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From the account books of Bolton Abbey it would appear that three books only were bought during forty years of the fourteenth century. 3.55 At St. Werburgh's, Chester, discipline was very lax.
Piggle-wiggle just froze as he took in the sight of Equitius attended by a small army of scribes and clerks, all loaded down with account books and documents.
The whole company was like that, their boots literally tied together with strips of hide, and as long as their parent Battalion was home in England Sharpe’s small company could find no Commissary Officer willing to complicate his account books by issuing them with new trousers or shoes.
Daftars and account books showing both income and outlay and the registers of thine original property.
There is also a rumor that he doctored the account books he’s sent to the aerarium along with the spoils of his entire campaign.
Within the week she moved to the Exchequer House, a dwelling on the Cowgate the street that ran parallel to High Street ostensibly to avail herself of the account books at all times, in reality to do both that and have privacy.