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1. n. a dose of a drug in a capsule or folded in a paper. (Drugs.) How much you want for a check?
2. interj. okay; yes; yes, it is on the list. BILL: Four quarts of oil. TOM: Check.
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Bank excess reserves today exceed 160 percent of all of the checkable deposits in the nation's banking system.
(22) At the end of 2007, currency outside the banks was $774 billion, about the same size as the $792 billion in checkable bank deposits (Federal Reserve, 2015d).
This statement is not locally checkable because it cannot be verified just by knowing the position of x; it also needs information about how the regions in configuration space are connected.
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As mentioned earlier, though the Chettiars did not issue their own banknotes, they did provide checkable demand deposits that also paid an interest return.
Twenty controlling government bodies will create a database of checkable entities in accordance with enacted amendments to the law on order of checks of entrepreneurs, Deputy Minister of Economic Regulation Sanjar Mukanbetov told a news conference in AKIpress today.
It's non checkable by law," Mohanad Al-Arabiat tweeted.
With innovations in the banking industry such as ATMs, online banks, and other automatic funds transfer services, the cost of "visiting the bank" (i.e., switching funds between a checkable account and an interest-earning account) is very low.
The bank loans out money that has been warehoused--and stands ready to use in checking accounts or other forms of checkable deposits--and that loaned money is deposited yet again in checkable deposits.
Applicants must be able to provide a five-year checkable history with references and no criminal convictions.
For example, a (signed) check essentially serves as a "standardized permit" that authorizes the recipient to claim a certain amount of checkable deposits from the check writer's bank account, but the check itself does not signify any part of the writer's assets.
Checkable factors to be considered in evaluating military work history include length of service, progression in rank, awards and nature of service (honorable, bad conduct, dishonorable).
Azzouni's solution is that mathematical proofs are what he calls "derivation indicators." A derivation in a given system is mechanically checkable by algorithms, and "...
One explanation for why the relationship between money demand and interest rates might have changed is that the assets included in M1 (currency and checkable deposits) no longer capture households' transactions balances accurately.
Journalism, until the advent of the Internet, was not a footnote medium, and while the great glory of blogging is the links that make it possible to trace any assertion of fact to a checkable source, these are also a distraction to thinking, and a goad towards the quick conclusion.