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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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Dunning has 21 previous convictions to her name and numerous breaches of court orders.
Acquired from the Nationals in the 2016 trade that sent outfielder Adam Eaton to Washington, Dunning was a combined 6-3 with a 2.71 ERA and 100 strikeouts in 86?
Before taking over the credit union, Dunning was the CEO of BHC.
In his resignation speech, Cllr Dunning talked up his administration's successes, and thanked the council's executive, deputy Sheelagh Clarke, the Cabinet and his family - especially his wife Beryl.
Adding the Welma Greer firm will let Dunning to raise its participation in oil and gas accounting in the south central Kansas and northern Oklahoma region.
The importance of having extensive expertise in that area was highlighted by Larry Levy, medical director of Lockton Dunning Benefits.
In chapters 2-5, Dunning focuses on four texts to investigate the questions, "why did the first Christians speak about themselves [as resident aliens] and to what ends?" (3).
Dunning was invited to join fellow English teachers at a leaving party for final year pupils at a hotel in nearby Monifieth.
However, her legal representative Gina Wilson said: "Angela Dunning stands by the fact she did not have sexual intercourse with the man in question who, at the time of the alleged incident, was a former pupil of the school.
The GTC's disciplinary sub-committee yesterday found that the charge against her had been proved and that Ms Dunning was "guilty of relevant misconduct".
Dunning told Gaelic World: "There's no gurus this time but we have done a couple of things in-house.
Dunning was deprived of a bronze medal by just 100th of second in the 200metres butterfly.