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a certificate whose value is recognized by the payer and payee

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He bore, like his companion, a scrip, attached to his belt, but had neither horn nor knife, being probably considered as belonging to a class whom it is esteemed dangerous to intrust with edge-tools.
Cornelius might be a broker, but we have found no scrip to correspond with these large payments.
For instance, in the case of Ghani Automobile Limited (GAIL), he shared his analysis on the scrip of GAIL on Facebook on July 13, 2015 and told his followers that the management of GAIL had revealed to him about GAIL in process of obtaining license to manufacture tractors.
Further, the price of the scrip increased even on the next trading day, May 19, 2010, by 20 per cent and by another 10 per cent each on the next three trading days.
25 each in the Company, credited as fully paid, in place of cash dividends by taking part in its Scrip Dividend Programme.
The unravelling of the Arabtec scrip has led to jittery retail investors.
GREAT WAR "It would mean," an official said, "considerable extra work and additions to the clerical staff; we should have to send the scrip to something like 600 branches, and when it is remembered that there is a Post Office within a few minutes' walk of every man's door where he can buy the scrip on request, it does not seem as though our activities in that particular direction would be of any value.
Users simply press a button on the special Scrip Talk reader and place the prescription bottle over the reader.
A statement released by Hikma on Sunday said that The Scrip 100 list recognizes company heads who are shaping the future of pharma in their respective countries.
Numismatic cataloger Shafer and numismatic collector Sheehan present this catalog of emergency scrip from three economic downturns that have received much less attention than the Great Depression--crises of 1893, 1907, and 1914.
Schleifer, MD, PhD, president and chief executive officer of Regeneron, said, 'We are honoured to be recognised by Scrip, a leading industry publication.
We're proud to receive this Scrip CSR Award on behalf of our Abbott Fund colleagues and the Government of Tanzania," said John B.
SMB Leasing nonvoting with 19% continued to be the most active scrip with 178.
But the scrip rose 18 per cent on Monday, which is the highest since May 2009, after the company management on Thursday had announced that the spilt in the joint venture will lead to a decline in its royalty payments from early January.