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passbook

1. a customer's book in which is recorded by a trader a list of credit sales to that customer
2. (formerly in South Africa) an official document serving to identify the bearer, his race, his residence, and his employment
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Thanks for the cigar," he called out as he put the bankbook in his pocket.
Nobuyuki Mitsui, 48, was arrested on suspicion of withdrawing 2 million yen from the account of a 70-year-old housewife using her cash card and the bankbook on Feb.
DeLuca points out that the Baltimore MTO interviews provide a reminder that poor families "are not just wealthy families without a bankbook.
But, as the sizzling summer turned to a crisp autumn, Herbert stuck to his dad's advice and watched as the shillings mounted up in his bankbook.
And it has absolutely nothing to do with the size of her bankbook, containing the millions she's just banked from the estate of her elderly late husband.
The police in Toyama Prefecture confiscated 20 items, including a bankbook, video player and child pornography videos from the boys' homes in Nihommatsu, Fukushima Prefecture.
During the late 1980s, the agency bought few new buses because of the huge bus buys made between 1980 and 1984, because of clean-air complications and because of rail's drain on the bankbook.
This evening as soon as it gets dark, you walk over the bridge of Alcantara and leave your coat on the ground with all your personal identification, all your credentials, your money, bankbook, etc.
He's going to march down to a used-car lot, and he's going to sell the car, and then he's going to march over to the bank and put the money in his savings account, and then he's going to march home and give us the bankbook.
No excuses, no recriminations, no money left in the bankbook.
Gray was carrying and personal items such as vitamins and a bankbook.
5 million per picture, and sizable chunks of real estate in Los Angeles and Denver, there's no doubt his bankbook is just as big as everything else.