chequebook


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Synonyms for chequebook

a book issued to holders of checking accounts

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The sponsor realised subsequently that her chequebook had been stolen from her residence and reported the matter to the police.
Records said the bank did reply to the police inquiry confirming that the husband was the one who had deposited the cheque and that it had bounced after the account holder (the businesswoman) requested that her chequebook be blocked.
Mr Clark told BBC Question Time that no financial favours were offered, saying: "There's no chequebook.
When you join an agency, you leave the chequebook behind -- and you'll be startled to discover just how naked you feel.
Mr West said that Maughan was jailed for 12 months in December 2002 at Newcastle Crown Court for similar chequebook offences.
The Prime Minister, in a letter marking the start of the UK's presidency of the group, warned he would not allow a summit where rich nations "simply whip out a chequebook at the 11th hour, pledge some money and call it a success".
45 from her mother's chequebook after she refused to lend her the money.
THERE were plenty of comments on the Examiner website over this particular story: Kirklees councillors launch bid to save the chequebook.
Despite the Hammers being saddled with more than pounds 100million of debt, Gold is ready to open the chequebook this weekend to help manager Avram Grant make them only the second club to avoid the drop after being bottom of the Barclays Premier League at Christmas.
We know we are never going to have the chequebook of some of the big-hitters in Europe," admitted Hore, the Ospreys' elite performance director.
Customers can also open an investment account, request a chequebook, and issue or cancel a card through this same service.
RANGERS fans believe Walter Smith has proved once and for all he is not a chequebook manager after clinching the Clydesdale Bank Premier League title against all the odds.
The shop owner said he had received a new chequebook by post in November.
And care assistant Samantha McDonough, aged 35 and from Marston Green, said: "I don't even own a chequebook.
Oh dear,' he told me, 'I must have used the wrong chequebook.