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ACH

Automated Clearing House

An electronic funds transfer system allowing for the instantaneous transfer of money between users for payroll deductions, tax refunds, direct deposits, and more transactions. It is run by the National Automated Clearing House Association.
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Och spends much of his year traveling the international festival circuit in search of exciting new work, visiting the U.
Pa grund av att vi levde ett dubbelliv i det samhallet: ett officiellt liv som propagerades av det politiska systemet, och ett verkligt liv.
Adolph Ochs, the original member of the Ochs Sulzberger clan, married Effie Wise, the daughter of Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise, a leading American Reform Jewish scholar who founded the movement's rabbinical school, the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, as well as The American Israelite newspaper (Ed: Israel News Faxx editor was an award-winning reporter at that newspaper from 1987-1991).
Ochs, acting as power of attorney, signed the application on behalf of his mother attesting that all the information on the application was true and correct, according to the government.
Ochs says she was fired by Elmore officials in December after discussing her concerns with them.
It was Oechslin's work on this 18th-century timepiece that inspired one of Ochs und Junior's leading principles: the use of simple gears to accomplish complex tasks.
The film suggests that the pair were very close friends during their early days in Greenwich Village, where Dylan arrived in 1962 and Ochs in 1963, but that Dylan later became distant.
Ever since that, I'm aware of my age and enjoying it," Ochs said with a laugh.
BLACKBURN boss Paul Ince has put German right-back Patrick Ochs on his wanted list.
After briefly summarizing Yoder's embrace of galut as vocation and its implications for his understanding of Zionism, I will then look at probing critiques of Yoder regarding difference and land raised by two thinkers well acquainted with Yoder's work, Michael Cartwright and Peter Ochs.