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exchequer

To use or have a pattern of checkers.
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TSG has also been accredited as an Exchequer Platinum Partner and is now one of just eight resellers recognised at this level.
Exchequer manager Belle Watson said: "We have had it for some time now.
Bookies are expected to use the escalated overseas moves threat - and an implied loss of revenue for the exchequer that could run into millions - to back demands for betting tax reforms.
The committee findings supported by evidences and statements found that public facility and technical and administrative resources had been extensively misused by Dr Muhammad Ali and that he had incurred a cumulative loss of 2, 836, 1309 rupees to government exchequer.
Once our government comes to power, we will see it that the burden on the state exchequer does not increase.
He said India raised $22 billion through auction of 3G spectrum while in Pakistan it brought less than $1 billion to the exchequer.
Minister for Sport and Olympics, Hugh Robertson, said: "Sports funding has always come from a mixture of exchequer, lottery and private sources.
They also make the case that in the past decade, racing and gambling industries changed from being contributors to being beneficiaries of the Irish exchequer.
1993 - Norman Lamont resigned from his post as Chancellor of the Exchequer
In this country we cling to the ancient if somewhat eccentric title of Chancellor of the Exchequer.
This follows a tie-up between Newcastle-based Perfect Image and software developer Exchequer Software.
The first of these modules is Actinic Link for Exchequer Enterprise which will allow a two-way transfer of data between Actinic Business and Exchequer's Enterprise back-office accounting system.