pocketbook


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Synonyms for pocketbook

your personal financial means

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a pocket-size case for holding papers and paper money

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a container used for carrying money and small personal items or accessories (especially by women)

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When I returned there, staff kindly retrieved my pocketbook from the office, as a customer (a mother with children, I was told -- she was gone by then) had turned it in at the counter.
Jenni Falconer, presenter and celebrity mum who fronted the guide, said: "It's been a joy to work with Chad Valley and introduce the Playtime Pocketbook.
With Lingvo dictionary software installed on a PocketBook device, users can quickly locate and understand words that are unfamiliar to them.
Document recognition, document capture and linguistic technologies and services provider ABBYY and E-Ink-based devices manufacturer PocketBook International announced on Thursday that the new series of Pocketbook e-readers will be bundled with ABBYY Lingvo dictionary software.
Now pocketbook is American lingo for handbag, so she's telling all the blokes to stop giving her the eye or she's going to belt them with her handbag - charming.
Virtual Teams Pocketbook is divided into eight sections: what is a virtual team?
com/PocketBooks-for-iPods, with potential buyers able to view photorealistic box-shot renderings of each PocketBook listed.
If used with Churchill's Pocketbook of Differential Diagnosis, it can serve as a review text by postgraduates for the MRCS.
The picture painted in the 34th edition of the Farm Management Pocketbook is rosier than 12 months ago.
But whether you welcome Blu-ray with open arms of view it as the next threat to the well-being of your pocketbook, the format is here to stay.
Lawyers for the health plan members contended that there was an industry-wide scheme to limit patients' access to care by hitting physicians in the pocketbook for providing such access.
Frustrated by their inability to get taxpayer-funded computers for parochial schools, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Buffalo and a group of Catholic school parents decided to hit the local public schools where it hurts the most -- in the pocketbook.
I am not a litigious person, but the fact is that very often class action lawsuits are the only way to get companies to alter their business practices: hit 'em where it hurts, in the pocketbook.
But the benefits of e-commerce extend way beyond a farmer's pocketbook to making them more efficient, saving them time, and accessing new markets for what they produce.
into their bemused faces, and opening my Tinky Winky pocketbook for treats.