real accounts

Real Account

A business account in which the balance is carried forward after the end of the fiscal year. See also: Nominal account.

real accounts

ACCOUNTS or LEDGER records that deal with assets and liabilities, for example the asset ledger. Assets and liabilities appearing in the real accounts are summarized periodically in the BALANCE SHEET. Contrast with 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.
The study employed Google's proprietary data as a case-study to see if stolen passwords and other accounts traded on hacker forums and the dark web work on real accounts.
Ryan is the author of Songs of the Flag: Real Accounts from the last 100 years of American Service.
Written by teacher Billie Jay Short following the death of a relative who took their own life, S-Word features extracts taken from the real accounts of suicide survivors - and the children and parents of those who have taken their life.
It also seems like many of the email addresses are not linked to real accounts.
You inject the message into the real accounts, and they in turn will spread it to other people, and so on,' says a self-confessed troll who worked for one such organized group.
They're saying that because they know it's all real accounts of things that happen.
Most importantly, it is quite obvious that no one with a criminal intent or history would be willing to hand over his or her real accounts especially if those intents were scattered all over social media
I wanted honesty, humour and real accounts of the journey and couldn't find many I could enjoy and relate to.
The SEC claim Craig tweeted false statements in 2013 about two companies, Audience and Sarepta Therapeutics, on Twitter accounts he created to look like the real accounts of securities research firms.
For example, he said, Twitter has a lot of fake accounts with users creating accounts to push re-tweets and engagement on their real accounts.
The book is made up of real accounts of mentorship by several different women, focusing on mentoring between friends and family members, women who lead by example, and specific mentorship matches between colleagues.