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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of receipt.


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  • These two assistants had arrived in Glen Ellen like precious goods in bond and been receipted for by the local deputy sheriff, who, in addition, reported on them to the prison authorities each month.


  • It was a pallid-eyed youth of eighteen in overalls who received Michael, receipted for him to the expressman, and carried his crate into a slope-floored concrete room that smelled offensively and chemically clean.


  • Said Sessoms: "It's all receipted, all above-board," adding that he has requested an internal audit of the expenses, which will be delivered to the UDC board.

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  • I mean we are scrambling to get the government to implement practices so that those payments are receipted or scheduled at least, Rendall explained.

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  • Not until the seventh day after you receipted for same did the first symptoms appear.


  • General Bianja renewed, I just receipted L. general Mateph messages, his units will return to Univers Empire Star in five days.

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  • These rules state that airlines have a "duty of care" to passengers and must refund receipted expenses for costs incurred due to flight delays if passengers choose to be rerouted rather than taking ticket refunds.

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  • "Reasonably receipted expenses" include basic food and hotel room costs, but wouldn't include a five-star hotel and a bottle of wine, observers say.

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  • All MPs 'expenses must be receipted, however small.

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  • As to Custer, he's receipted and filed for the idiot he was, and for Chivington, he was a murderous maniac, and what's worse, an amateur.



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