Short book


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A situation in which a bank's liabilities have a shorter term (on average) than its assets. This indicates that it may not be able to meet its obligations when the time comes. It is also called an unmatched book or a short book.
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Right in the preface, authors Boerner and Sickles concede that this "is a short book that will not take long to read.
I managed the Birmingham Milk Bank from 1983 to 1993 and have just written a short book on the history of milk banking in this country if you would like any more information.
The winner will be interviewed by a professional author and their story will be turned into a short book.
For a short book to be able to summarize the history and teachings of a world religion as complex as Buddhism is a remarkable accomplishment.
It might only be a short book, but this is a story that will stay with read-erfor a long time.
It's a short book, so you could read it in just a few hours, but it's packed with information and "make you think" moments.
The Short Book on Happiness: Transform Your Life in 10 Days" is a guide to reclaiming the happiness so often eludes people.
This short book edited by Lindy Scott explores global climate change from a variety of angles.
This short book is his story, told in a manner that can be as easily grasped by a teenager as by an older adult.
This resulted in a short book, but by 1869 she was making funding arrangements for children to be shipped to Canada.
The short book was written by two long-time employees of the public affairs section of the U.
THIS SHORT BOOK calls for constructive engagement between Westerners opposed to the American national security invasions of Islamic countries and progressive Islamists.