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  • n. Alternative spelling of bookkeeping.


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  • This report didn't address book-keeping practices.

    Agency Blames Massey for Fatal Mine Disaster

  • We talk about planning, marketing, costumer service, some basic book-keeping … gripping stuff like that.

    Me, a teacher? hehehe.

  • The lovely thing is that we discover that talking about the symmetries of a physical system and talking about what kind of ‘book-keeping’ that system uses are in an important sense both just different ways of saying the same thing.

    Emmy Noether - Ada Lovelace Day!

  • We all have an intuitive notion that, during physical interactions, there is a certain amount of book-keeping going on.

    Emmy Noether - Ada Lovelace Day!

  • I watched them perform, but also do their own book-keeping.

    Robyn: Soundtrack of my life

  • About two months ago Tui, best known in Britain for its Thomson and First Choice brands, told investors it had discovered a £117m book-keeping black hole in its UK operations that had built up over at least four years.

    Directors at error-hit Tui get £4.9m in bonuses

  • Apparently, as always, she had access to almost all of him; but now she did not have access to his unguessable torment, nor to the long parallel columns of mental book-keeping running their totalling balances from moment to moment, day and night, in his brain.


  • Lee Barton did not deliberately do this book-keeping.


  • ALLRED: My sources tell me that your book-keeping is shoddy and you better cough up some dough or I will take this as far as the Supreme Court.

    Abe Gurko: Gloria Allred Does It Again

  • The Pentagon pledged to undergo a process of "archival accounting" to track missing funds, some of which is thought to be a result of shoddy book-keeping.

    Audit reveals billions of dollars of Iraqi oil funds gone missing


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