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Synonyms for blank cheque

a check that has been signed but with the amount payable left blank

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Give yourself a few moments right now; think, are you putting maximum effort into handling those small tasks which are now thrust on you, or like the signed blank cheques are you shirking your duty?
Newmachar Hotel, where a cash box, cash and blank cheques worth PS1,500 were stolen, and inset, David Sim
Non-payment of dues Q: I have issued my personal blank cheque to a client company against some payments owed by my company to the client.
When I checked the safe, I discovered that three blank cheque leaves that had been signed by the owner were missing along with the suspect's passport.
He confessed that he was brought from his country on purpose to open an account, sign blank cheques and then leave the country.
the students, he got released the same through the blank cheques,
The official said, 'More than 90 percent of bank customers do not know that blank cheques cannot be used as evidence against them in a court case.
The problem is with blank cheques which people give to banks.
Meanwhile, William Hague is waving a blank cheque around to give to the Ukrainian people.
"We are not writing out blank cheques,'' he said, with the government taking a hardline on taxpayer handouts to business since coming to office last year.
But, revealingly, there is no mention of giving blank cheques or underwriting construction risk of offshore wind power or solar power, or energy efficiency.
gup Ryan Reed had handed his usher six blank cheques to pay for the bash at Castle Menzies in Perthshire.
Rocio Pavon-Navarrete, 46, allegedly stole two signed blank cheques from Mr Brown while he was away.
I'm a great believer in the value of public services, but I'm not a believer in the signing of blank cheques payable, in the end, by our children, especially when those blank cheques were written by short-termist, self-interested politicians.
THE treasurer of a centre for black people in a deprived area of Birmingham regularly walked around with presigned blank cheques in his pocket, the Sunday Mercury can reveal today.