Bankbook


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Bankbook

A ledger or book on which a depositor at a bank records all transactions in one's account, such as deposits, withdrawals and interest payments. It is also called a passbook.
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But, as the sizzling summer turned to a crisp autumn, Herbert stuck to his dad's advice and watched as the shillings mounted up in his bankbook.
And it has absolutely nothing to do with the size of her bankbook, containing the millions she's just banked from the estate of her elderly late husband.
But the inside of her bankbook shows a different reality.
One even got her name on his bankbook. What can I do?
A gift, however, may be completed by the delivery of the bankbook to the beneficiary.
The venal but entirely harmless Watt was a bankbook bonanza to the mainstream environmental groups, who sold him as Genghis Incarnate.
"This evening as soon as it gets dark, you walk over the bridge of Alcantara and leave your coat on the ground with all your personal identification, all your credentials, your money, bankbook, etc., and a note saying that you have thrown yourself to the Tajo.
There was a birth certificate stamped with a muddy footprint, a bankbook showing a balance of 77,000 dinars (at the time, about $400), and the school certificate of Mladen Todorovic, listing his grades; in Marxism, he'd scored only a two out of five.
"He's going to march down to a used-car lot, and he's going to sell the car, and then he's going to march over to the bank and put the money in his savings account, and then he's going to march home and give us the bankbook." As she uttered this complicated promise she became more and more martial until, at the end, she was marching in place like John Philip Sousa.
During the ride, the female suspect (the one who approached the victim) asked help from her on how to withdraw money from the bank using a bankbook. After a long conversation and sweet-talks, the suspects were able to persuade the victim to show her bankbook.
No excuses, no recriminations, no money left in the bankbook. Roll on Cheltenham 2012!
Gray was carrying and personal items such as vitamins and a bankbook. There were no notes or other indications that he is aware of the search or in need of help.