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receipt,

n a written acknowledgment by one person of having received money or something of value from another.
receipt book,
n the book in which one of the dental staff fills out forms verifying that a specific amount of money has been paid to the account.
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Rabisha hopes that his receipt book will find a place among those already in their collections (A2v).
30) Receipt books from Dutch and Brabantine elite travellers show that transport accounted for 25-30 per cent of the budget.
There are sundry other collections with a publishing focus, ranging from the William Evans receipt book, 1836-1857 (1 vol.
Equipment and supplies needed: window cleaner or ammonia, bucket, scrub brush, squeegee, ladder, rags, old newspapers, trash bag, receipt book.
Other books followed: The Family Receipt Book (1819); the novelist Eliza Leslie's Seventy-Five Receipts for Pastry, Cakes, and Sweetmeats (1828); and the antislavery leader Lydia Maria Child's The Frugal Housewife (1829), which went through twenty-six editions in twenty-one years.
Tenders are invited for Printing and procurement of mpcm stickers and integrated receipt book for spa
Also, he did not have a company receipt book," said S.
The self-employed electrician said he was in his van looking for his receipt book when the customer came and sat by the door.
Taking serious notice of the irregularities in the record of the all equipments and other things, the minister health disclosed that neither the record was in accordance with the dates specified nor the receipt book was properly maintained.
Mr Morgan Jones said among the items were some carrots, a roll of sticky tape and a receipt book.
He had given a receipt to the customer from the bottom of the receipt book so the company would not notice he had made a sale.
Mr Dove said when Raza's home was searched, police found bundles of fake stamps and a receipt book revealed he had sold more than 9,000 with a value of pounds 2,736.