Receipts


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Receipts

Funds collected from selling land, capital, or services, as well as collections from the public (budget receipts), such as taxes, fines, duties, and fees.
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What will sixty-five per cent of the gate receipts be?
It is one of the best houses in Europe," said Danglars, carelessly throwing down the receipt on his desk.
Then enclosing Monte Cristo's receipt in a little pocket-book, he added: -- "Yes, come at twelve o'clock; I shall then be far away.
But the best receipt (best, I say, to work, and best to take) is the admonition of a friend.
There's your receipt, Soldier; and now I'm responsible for the prisoner.
The box will reach you by wagon, on the day after your receipt of this letter.
He merely asked his friends to come and help him drink some, of a remarkable fine quality and rich flavour, that he had ordered up from the city a couple of months ago, and of which he would be in the receipt upon the morrow.
in the opinion of the bankers) looked the receipt over before they attempted to make use of it, and had given them the necessary warning in good time.
What dud he do ot Voloparaiso but land sux hundred fathom o' chain cable an' take never a receipt from the lighter-mon.
How long ha' ye been goin' tull sea,' says I, 'not tull be knowin' the mate's duty uz tull deluver no cargo wuthout receipt for same?
New York: Fitch Ratings has assigned the following ratings to the Puttable Floating Rate Receipts (Floater Receipts) and Inverse Floating Rate Receipts (Residual Receipts) of the Tender Option Bond Trust series listed below:
Holders of depositary receipts, each representing one-thousandth of a full preferred share, will be paid $0.