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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.
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.
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.