Blind Entry


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Blind Entry

A debit or credit on an account that only includes the amount and a description of where the money came from or went. That is, a blind entry does not include an explanation of why the money was spent or collected.
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Our property, like many, has a blind entry on to the pavement, and only this last Sunday as I was stepping out, a young cyclist passed literally inches in front of me, intent on travelling as fast as possible, as he careered down the incline on the inside edge of the pavement.
Via a blind entry process and judged by a diverse group of leading international hairstylists and makeup artists from across the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Australia, and Switzerland, entries were narrowed down to five finalists per category, and one winner in each category will be chosen.
The famous Scheivlak corner has a blind entry over a dune-hill, dropping down steeply to the right into its apex and is taken at over 200 km/h.
This is an uncommon, but serious complication of laparoscopic surgery and a major cause of [medicolegal] claims," he said, adding that the Palmer's point entry in the left upper quadrant avoids blind entry in the umbilicus--the area most likely to contain adhesions from previous surgery.
The Double Blind Entry System assures an owner of 100 percent accuracy in the payment of invoices.
C[pounds sterling]The famous Scheivlak corner has a blind entry over a dune-hill, dropping down steeply to the right into its apex and is taken at over 200 km/h.