counterfoil


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the part of a check that is retained as a record

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A retrospective review was conducted on a total of 173 counterfoils of MCCD issued for patients between the period January 2010 and January 2011.
A counterfoil to the white-collared central character Harsh comes in the shape of Newton Kumaraswamy, an artist of illrepute who is constantly ripping off the works of Francis Newton Souza and has his lascivious gaze directed toward Gayatri.
The British dream ticket's stub and counterfoil are still attached despite Alistair tearing his Achilles tendon five months ago and fearing his family's bid to privatise the medal rostrum by Hyde Park's Serpentine was cursed.
While Pamuk, as some people said, "had gone Naipaul" in that he got impatient and irritated with some of the moderators of the panel discussions, Desai was the perfect counterfoil, always polite, cheerful, and eager to share insights into the life of a writer.
The pounds 1 note has a vignette of The Exchange Building, in Newcastle, and the intertwined counterfoil printing at the extreme left margin is printed in blue.
Later the counterfoil of comparisons by pairs is realized.
Now, needing maximum batting points, Notts were frustrated by another delayed start, chasing a total of 400 as quickly as possible, started well with Samit Patel providing the flair and perfect counterfoil to Australian Adam Voges's steady accumulation of runs.
They should present the counterfoil with registration number of the admission forms to facilitate admission procedures at Seeb School.
When we handed our tickets to the usherette she told us that we had, in fact, got only one ticket - the original and the counterfoil.
The system works like this: One is handed a ballot paper and the counterfoil bears the same serial number.
He contacted the school and officials told him that they are hopeful he will still be able to claim the prize, as his name and phone number was on the counterfoil, which the school still has.
I was told verbally by some manager on the end of a phone in Isle of Man that unless I could categorically prove by production of the counterfoil that I had sent the money, then it would be my financial loss, despite the fact that the bank had acknowledged receipt of the money in the monthly statement.
For a counterfoil to Bowling's attempt at explicating the mystery of dinosaur country one might reread Robert Kroetsch's 1975 novel, Badlands, which covers the same territory, but more succinctly.