Bankbook


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Bankbook

A ledger or book on which a depositor at a bank records all transactions in one's account, such as deposits, withdrawals and interest payments. It is also called a passbook.
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A gift, however, may be completed by the delivery of the bankbook to the beneficiary.
The venal but entirely harmless Watt was a bankbook bonanza to the mainstream environmental groups, who sold him as Genghis Incarnate.
This evening as soon as it gets dark, you walk over the bridge of Alcantara and leave your coat on the ground with all your personal identification, all your credentials, your money, bankbook, etc.
There was a birth certificate stamped with a muddy footprint, a bankbook showing a balance of 77,000 dinars (at the time, about $400), and the school certificate of Mladen Todorovic, listing his grades; in Marxism, he'd scored only a two out of five.
He's going to march down to a used-car lot, and he's going to sell the car, and then he's going to march over to the bank and put the money in his savings account, and then he's going to march home and give us the bankbook.
No excuses, no recriminations, no money left in the bankbook.
Gray was carrying and personal items such as vitamins and a bankbook.
The two-year hold on funding has left the agency with a very tight bankbook, making Wednesday's announcement particularly welcome, James said.
There was even a professional athlete with a body like Mike and bankbook to match.
5 million per picture, and sizable chunks of real estate in Los Angeles and Denver, there's no doubt his bankbook is just as big as everything else.
Through her work on the Bankbook and other projects, Elisabeth has taken part in laying the foundation for ForeningsSparbanken's continued development.
It takes longer and longer for my liver and bankbook to recover these days and the addition of the fourth day is - in my opinion - just tearing the erse out of it.