Real Account

Real Account

A business account in which the balance is carried forward after the end of the fiscal year. See also: Nominal account.
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It would have been easy to get into a sad, wild tangle about how much I might betray; but the real account, I feel, of the hours of peace that I could still enjoy was that the immediate charm of my companions was a beguilement still effective even under the shadow of the possibility that it was studied.
He said that we need to publish the real history including the exchange of letters between Quaid and Dina Jinnah to preserve the real account of our history and the life of our founding father.
Different programs employ different recovery methods, so you might have to confirm your phone number or backup email address, or answer personal questions-such as a few queries about your Facebook friends-to prove you are the real account owner.
Prosecutor Tom Dunn said Beg initially used a WAP log messenger account to make contact with who he thought was a teenage girl called Scarlett, and he claimed he was Mr Dunn said: "Unknown to Mr Beg, this was not a real account and was in fact a decoy account operated by a man called Andy Bradstock who ran a group called 'The Hunted One', which essentially aims to stop online abuse of children.
The account, which used the handle @Bradleysfight_ instead of the real account for the Lowerys @Bradleysfight, had amassed 13,300 followers.
They distinguish themselves by taking real account of the specificities of the market and offer an interesting compromise between performance, reliability, durability, comfort and technology ", he said.
If you are a real person with a real account and we convince you, you become part of the organism.
In the Fitbit attack, scammers changed the information on the account as soon as they accessed it, thus preventing the real account holders from logging in.
We also explain to the client that the contract consists of a real account value, which is what your investments are doing and if you decided to cash in that account, that's what you would get.
However, Tom was not the only victim of the tale, based loosely on an apparently real account of a woman alleged to have brought 13kg (28lb) of cocaine into Heathrow on a flight from Accra.
The vicious trolling of the Queen's real account follows revelations this year that her official Facebook page had been made the target of online bullies.
The museum is the first real account of Roath's history.