bankbook


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bankbook

1. Literally, a book in which a depositor's financial transactions, such as deposits and withdrawals, are recorded by a bank. Now make sure you don't lose the bankbook, or the teller won't deposit this check.
2. By extension, wealth or finances in general. I'm a little worried about how I'm going to pay my rent this month because my bankbook is rather thin these days.
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The Ehime man was arrested in February 1999 on suspicion of stealing a bankbook and a personal seal from a friend's house in Uwajima and then withdrawing 500,000 yen from a farm cooperative bank between October 1998 and January 1999.
The two-year hold on funding has left the agency with a very tight bankbook, making Wednesday's announcement particularly welcome, James said.
In many cases, club owners also keep entertainers' bankbooks and return them only when the entertainers need to send money to their families in the Philippines.
Her mother's adamant personality--giving those who displease her a "blast from Chast"--her father's endearing demeanor even in the late stages of dementia, and her parents' trove of saved articles (ranging from inoperable toasters to old eyeglasses to bankbooks from defunct banks) will draw smiling nods from readers.
SIGNE is a leader in the production of secure documents (such as cheque books, bankbooks, passports and University diplomas), which contribute significantly to fraud prevention in commercial transactions.
I mean, they even had cash register receipts from the weekends when he balanced the co-operative grocery store bankbooks.
52) I have examined the extant records of about a dozen banks and literally scores of personal bankbooks (like modern checking account registers) and do not recall seeing any interest being credited to depositors.
The rules will also oblige banks to reimburse depositors whose savings were withdrawn with stolen bankbooks, the sources said.
The sight of pink bankbooks brandished by new account holders determined to do their bit is heartwarming.
Do not leave money, bankbooks, debit or credit cards in your vehicle.
Also working in EI's favor is an established revenue stream, whereas latecomers had to dig into their bankbooks to play catch-up.
Bank officials said customers of the former DKB are unable to use their cash cards or bankbooks at ATMs located at former Fuji Bank branches and vice versa.
a trucking company, and Koichi Ueda, 48, former president of a Nara Sagawa affiliate, are suspected of opening bank accounts under the name of five police officers without their permission or knowledge, and then fraudulently acquiring bankbooks and cash cards in September 1995.
He is still investigating the culpability of the owner and the general manager, who will be lucky to escape with their bankbooks.
2 for-pay Internet service provider (thanks in part to a marriage of minds and bankbooks with equally well-regarded Mindspring last year and other deals with communications firms such as Sprint); and gracefully stepped out of the way to let skilled veteran managers run the booming business's day-to-day operations.