Now, sir, you have but to say the word, and I will spare you all uneasiness by presenting my letter of credit to
one or other of these two firms.
It was not true business principle to allow credit to
a strong- bodied young fellow of the working-class who was too lazy to work.
This," says he, "is to my bankers, the British Linen Company, placing a credit to
Mr Abel's feelings did credit to
his nature, and credit to
your nature, ma'am, and his father's nature, and human nature.
Although I attach no sort of credit to
the fantastic Indian legend of the gem, I must acknowledge, before I conclude, that I am influenced by a certain superstition of my own in this matter.
There was much to be done: his portmanteau to be packed, a credit to
be got from the bank where he was a wealthy customer, and certain offices to be transacted for that other bank in which he was an humble clerk; and it chanced, in conformity with human nature, that out of all this business it was the last that came to be neglected.
How could she deny that credit to
his assertions in one instance, which she had been obliged to give in the other?
The right thing was to correct them severely, if they were other than a credit to
the family, but still not to alienate from them the smallest rightful share in the family shoebuckles and other property.
Sapsea has many admirers; indeed, the proposition is carried by a large local majority, even including non-believers in his wisdom, that he is a credit to
Here's a new brother, regularly put down in black and white by Muster Gashford; a credit to the cause; one of the stick-at-nothing sort; one arter my own heart.
That man will prove a credit to my corps,' said Simon, turning thoughtfully upon his heel.
It's for your credit to
be doing something, but it's not for the Judge's credit to
And when I explained that her answer, although doing credit to
her feelings, hardly disposed of my difficulty, she replied:
She called every business the ID thieves had tried to scam and told them not to extend credit to
45B offers a credit to
employers whose employees receive cash tips from customers.