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  • n. Plural form of bank account.


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  • Ballem's will listed bank accounts in Grand Bahama and Luxembourg.

    The Empress File

  • The measures banned foreign bank accounts and property holdings and dismantled the effective but foreign-dominated religious educational network.

    Strategic Management in Developing Countries Case Studies

  • "Say," he said, "do you know anything about bank accounts and drawin 'checks?"


  • Men, for example, were better equipped to run up their psychic bank accounts than women, and the delicate sensibilities of the “aristocracy of skill and talent” were more responsive to the pleasures of good living than the clodlike pleasure machines of the laboring classes.

    The Worldly Philosophers

  • The money would be in the Swiss bank accounts of the refugees' famous and flamboyant leaders and their lackies.

    What If Jews Had Followed the Palestinian Path?

  • Many couples who have become aware of the necessity of an estate plan feel that they are protected if assets such as homes, cars, investments, and bank accounts are simply titled jointly in both names.


  • One day he'll turn, all quai loh do, all snakes do, but now I'm a High Dragon and neither gods nor devils nor the Snake himself can hurt my family or my bank accounts in Switzerland and Canada.

    Noble House


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