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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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The DUNS Number is used for vendor pre-qualification by Fortune 500 companies, various governments and trade associations, including the United Nations, European Commission, US Government and the International Standards Organisation.
Duns. A trout's selectivity reaches its most critical point when the fish is taking dims.
Fishing Creek spring Olive duns have medium olive-brown bodies with medium dun-colored tails and wings.
Dun's Business Locator includes a Client Timer to track the amount of time spent using the program.
Duns is closer to Northumberland than many would think - 30 minutes from Alnwick and you are on the first tee ready to do battle.
Duns. Male duns are best identified by their large, cylindrical, upturned eyes.
Duns Million Dollar Disc 3.2 is a source for locating facts on hard to reach private companies.
Duns Reference Plus operates with any IBM PC, XT, AT, or PS/2, or 100 percent compatible personal computer, and any compact disc reader that supports Microsoft Extension software.
The 12-year-old winner, trained by Dun's mother Jane, was given to them last February after a long career under Rules which saw him score five times at the nearby Kelso National Hunt track, as well as twice at Hexham.
Dun's Global Families identifies corporate relationships by linking domestic and international companies using the Data Universal Numbering System, (D-U-N-S Number).
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