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  • n. Plural form of account.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of account.


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  • Significantly, the range of vessel forms Earthy identifies virtually mirrors not only the "Iron Age" pottery of the southeastern lowlands, but the vessels described and pictured in accounts from the 1960s and 1970s for a somewhat narrower area whose inhabitants include people of Tsonga, Chopi, Venda, Lemba, and Sotho origin.

    Where Women Make History: Gendered Tellings of Community and Change in Magude, Mozambique

  • While the label accounts for only 17 percent of the company's consolidated revenue, it made up for almost half of its partnered brands division, which includes such labels as its licensed DKNY jeans and Dana Buchman clothing line.

    Newsvine - Get Smarter Here

  • I suppose doing the accounts is my least favourite part - but I don't think I'm alone there.

    EirePreneurZ: An interview with Barbara Molloy of

  • Jenny Morgan was doing up the hieroglyphics which she called her accounts; she answered sharply enough, but it was a permission to enter, and Ruth was thankful for it.


  • At the end of the 1Q'11 the company had cash balances of MXN546 million, financial subsidiary's short term accounts receivable of MXN2.267 billion, approximately MXN3 billion of available non-committed credit lines and total debt of MXN$2.255 billion, of which 46% is short term.

  • Real silence, by all accounts, is an unpleasant sensation.

    The disquieting sound of The Great White Silence

  • Spain remains one of the best performers amongst euro-zone 'peripherals' and demand from foreign accounts is very strong as investors are taking advantage of the good yield pick-up, said Newedge Strategy.

    European Stocks Nudge Higher

  • Representing about one-fifth of the $2.6 trillion savers have in CDs, the shift from investments that offer a fixed rate of return over a specific time period to near-zero-yielding money market accounts is a reflection of the dour economy and the fear and uncertainty that it breeds, analysts said.

    Unemployment, Economy Forcing Savers To Give Up $5 Billion A Year

  • So, the median account balance of all 401 (k) accounts is less than $13,000, barely a fraction of what is needed for a secure retirement.

    Lee A. Saunders: America's Failed 401(k) Experiment

  • I think that general accounts from the public sphere get both of them rather wrong, whereas you think they only get Benedict wrong.

    Hungering for some shallow analysis of Pope Benedict XVI?


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