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receipt

a written acknowledgment by a receiver of money, goods, etc., that payment or delivery has been made
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Every published receipt book contains many receipts within it that are attributed to women cooks.
A new Civil Service Law aims to modernize Egypt's administrative bodies, where computers are vastly outnumbered by pens, ledgers, and carbon-copy receipt books.
Four women and two men were found inside the property with officers also discovering lingerie, receipt books and evidence of adverts being placed for adult services.
Her grandfather was left only with a box full of receipt books for the huge trains full with cereals.
Craven, storied interpreters at Old Sturbridge Village, is the daily journal, receipt books, account books and orchard records he meticulously kept for 59 years.
com is promoting its newly expanded stock of receipt books, invoices, and other custom forms.
Still, dozens of risk takers are caught at the station every month, said a staff member showing receipt books filled with "fish carrying" fines.
The workshop also reviewed a number of issues namely, the stages of recording the revenues, records and import timings, as well as, emphasizing the non-duplication of receipt books, the state's revenue from the tariffs, providing a definition to the word "tariff," highlighting its specifications and the bases of imposing the tariff.
Consequently, I am having discussions with Scolina Services, who provide our existing receipt books, about introducing a larger and more compliant ATMS receipt.
The police have recovered 128 resumes, receipt books and fake police clearance certificates,' he told the GDN.
They would prepare identical receipt books and tell the customers that they would get special offers if they paid the installment amount to them, which would entitle them to discounts later.