Blind Entry

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Blind Entry

A debit or credit on an account that only includes the amount and a description of where the money came from or went. That is, a blind entry does not include an explanation of why the money was spent or collected.
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And after first using chalk to mark their courses to prevent getting lost in the blind entries, they began using binder twine to show their routes.
The volume under review contains forty-seven entries, starting, in traditional fashion, with "Allah, Most High" followed by "Ahmad, upon him blessings and peace." From there, entries range alphabetically from "Ability" to "Beautiful Names of God," with numerous blind entries directing readers to material that will appear in future volumes.
Cross references and numerous blind entries guide readers to related entries.
Nathan Stolarz, TMS Architects, Portsmouth, won first place, selected by the jurors from among 12 blind entries. Second place went to Shawn Bolduc and Sothea Chhun of ISA Architects Interiors Planners, Portsmouth.
Blind entries appear in their proper alphabetical position and direct readers to the independent or composite entries that deal with a given topic.
"And many more blind entries pointing elsewhere in the volume for more treatment of the topic."
The jurors reviewed six blind entries and selected the design by Mo Gagnon of Stewart Associate Architects LLC in Laconia for first-place honor, calling it "the most resolved solution" and "most energized architecturally and also the most developed architecturally."