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Dunning

The process of attempting to collect on accounts receivable. Dunning occurs when customers do not pay promptly and/or in full. See also: Collections agency.
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He also ensured that the supervisory, management and oversight positions at BFFCU were occupied by individuals who would comply with directions from Dunning, according to court documents.
Dunning said Mondays and Thursdays are his days right now to work out of the Ponca City office, which is 75 miles away from Wichita.
Dunning said he fought back in retaliation - apparently unaware he was still holding the knife -and the couple threw several punches at each other.
Dunning said: "I had arranged to stay at Jessica's house and I went back there with another teacher but we weren't there very long when two taxis full of pupils arrived.
Ms Dunning, who denied the allegation against her, was also prevented from applying to get back on to the register for a period of one year.
Semi-finals: Radcliffe 20 Dunning 21, Buckley 21 Lockwood 15.
Link says that he and Dunning looked at the films they were distributing and figured, "We can make one of these.
However, many programs are far from satisfactory, particularly because they take the direction mapped out for them by Father Dunning.
There is no question that the countless hours that Dunning has spent with Quitman County's adolescents have made a profound difference.
Dunning, shown at left, pleaded not guilty to all felony charges in U.
Dunning, 48, claimed he was attacked by his partner and retaliated by punching her - unaware he was holding the blade.
Norma Valdez of the Lancaster School District and Lizbet Dunning of the Palmdale School District go out to the fields and to the supermarkets in the Antelope Valley, where they distribute information about the Migrant Education Program.