counting house


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counting house

A building once used primarily for accounting and bookkeeping.
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The building is let to Wonderful World Models which has recently moved in and opened the Counting House as a visitor attraction, cafe and retail outlet for a range of models, including trains and planes.
Counting House facilitates inbound and outbound payments in local currencies through a robust network of worldwide banking facilities, eliminating the need for clients to establish complex international banking relationships of their own.
While not operating on the same level as when training Collier Hill to win a Champion Hurdle 15 years ago, Old has certainly not lost his touch, as Counting House looked closer to retirement than the winner's enclosure early this season.
With about 30 employees, The Counting House fostered a close-knit family atmosphere with a unique reward program, he says.
Editors have traditionally been insulated from the counting house.
The hallmarks of the shopkeepers' bourgeois personalities -- self-discipline, diligence, thrift, chastity, domesticity, and economic rationality -- were forged in the crucible of the marketplace and counting house.
Goldthwaite moves his analysis of the Medici companies out of the counting house and into the world of power, a place readers in the 1990s will find congenial.
David Dabydeen's novel The Counting House belongs with such works.
People in the counting house stopped falling on their swords (and thoughtlessly staining corporate carpets).
For example, Emergent Software will demonstrate games like "Powerslide" and Dataworks will showcase edutainment titles including "Bananas in Pajamas" and "Humphrey's Counting House.
Once Upon A Nightmare Counting House Counting House Until Sunday Until Sunday A dark adventure fantasy, dubbed Labyrinth meets Jumanji.
3M in addition to offering content from the big 5 publishers is also working with Canadian presses, counting House of Anansi Press, Dundern Press, ECW Press to bring readers uniquely Canadian voices.