I close the book
. My strict sense of propriety restores it (by the hands of my wife) to its place on the writer's table.
'Close the book
, Miss Nickleby,' said Mrs Wititterly.
Sviaz Bank will close the books
for the offer on 17 February.
Accounts reacted positively, allowing ADIB to close the books
and price on the same afternoon at the tight end of the price guidance.
While sales increased across the country for the eighth successive month, auto giant, Sir Arnold Clark, said Ford's decision to 'close the books
on scrappage deals,' was a further indicator of low scrappage stocks.
The Joint Legislative Fiscal Committee has approved is dipping into the state's Rainy Day Fund for $80 million to close the books
on the fiscal year that ended June 30.
"To our knowledge, there is no specific tool on the market to help users of SAP solutions close the books
in a faster and more controlled manner," said Jeremy Roche, CODA Group CEO, in an announcement.
While I am grateful to have achieved our primary goals of creating a more welcoming and effective kitchen, I am equally grateful to close the books
on this project.
One can also appreciate how the bean counters want to be able to close the books
with a positive result against any negative expense.
"This was a very exciting year for our industry and reaching an all-time record high in sales of $204 billion is a great way to close the books
for year 2000."
* FIVE YEARS AGO, it took Microsoft two weeks to close the books
. Now it takes four days.
`Many people say why can't we just close the books
on the past.
Depending on the circumstances, S corporations can make an election to close the books
The bank, also known as Rosselkhozbank, will close the books
for the three-year bond on 3 February and will launch the issue on 7 February.
Shedlarz: This was especially time-constrained because we had to close the books
three weeks after closing on the transaction.