Book Balance

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Book Balance

The total amount of money a bank has on deposit before adjusting for uncleared checks or deposits, as well as reserve requirements. That is, the book balance is a measure of what the bank has on hand prior to adding or subtracting regulatory obligations and items that will soon appear on its books. The book balance is also called the gross balance.
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The book balances breadth and depth by combining firsthand accounts of field practitioners with the analyses of academic experts across the globe.
As a resource, this book balances perfectly on the tightrope of preparing children for dangerous situations without tipping into creating unnecessary fears or giving too much information.
The book balances the traditional buffalo hide and canvas structure that is the American icon with contemporary architecture inspired by the tipi and even the roadside tipi motel.
Written for legal students, practitioners and general audiences, this book balances the comprehensive legal documentation with generous amounts of humor.
Sayer's book balances interesting academic critique with personal details.
The book balances the experience of great masses of Scots and English people who, till the last century, had relatively little social contact with each other and the smaller but significant sectors of Scots and English society which developed family ties or other close links.
Informative, passionate, global in scope, often political in tone, the book balances the text with personal stories that bring the crisis home.
Without preaching, this book balances historical content and fiction and comes out on top.
Detailing the history, philosophy and mechanisms of complementary and alternative medicine, this book balances theory with practical application and methods of treatment to give you a full understanding of each therapy.
Her book balances both sides and allows the reader to make sense of it.
The book balances explanations of concepts with clear and useful discussion of the main application areas.
The book balances the two basic views of these immigration issues, one being that of a "burden" and the other of an "opportunity.