from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Funds deposited in a bank that are credited to and subject to withdrawal by the depositor.
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- n. a fund deposited by a customer (the depositor) in a bank from which they can make withdrawals
- n. the formal relationship established between the depositor and the bank
- n. a statement summarizing credit and debit transactions with the account
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- n. a fund that a customer has entrusted to a bank and from which the customer can make withdrawals
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There was a time, before campaign finance laws and snooping reporters, when money shaped politics through outright bribery; when a politician could treat his campaign fund as his personal bank account and accept fancy junkets; when big honoraria from those who sought influence were commonplace, and the shape of legislation went to the highest bidder.
No one would freely give their bank account number to something called ‘The World-Wide Lootery.’
You should also know that despite having never held a regular job in his life, Peter Mullen had almost two hundred thousand dollars in his bank account at the time of his death.
I thought about the illegal bank account that Jack asked Brenda to open and I knew that he and Uncle Kenton would keep her working there as long as she could be of use to them.
His was the store of Ah Kim Company, and his was the achievement of building it up through the long years from the shoestring of savings of a contract coolie labourer to a bank account in four figures and a credit that was gilt edged.
I can't remember my bank account number or my sisters 'birthdays, but I remember that Richie Zisk had exactly one hundred RBI's for the Pirates, that Pat Dobson won nineteen games for the Yankees, and that Ralph Garr hit a cool .353.
The government already collects wage and bank account information, so there's no reason the IRS can't send Americans prefilled tax forms to verify.
You want to treat the second LLC very carefully, in that you do not want it to be much more than a mere owner or a bank account and other intangible-type rights.
It is absurd to quote statistics showing the Negro's bank account and rent rolls, to point to the hundreds of newspapers edited by colored men and lists of lawyers, doctors, professors, D. D's, LL D's, etc., etc., etc., while the source from which the life-blood of the race is to flow is subject to taint and corruption in the enemy's camp.