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payable

1. capable of being profitable
2. (of a debt) imposing an obligation on the debtor to pay, esp at once
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You shall get me a good bill at four months, made payable at a banking-house, for the other twenty!' Then said Captain Maroon, when THAT wouldn't suit, 'Now, come; Here's the last I've got to say to you.
refused by a teacher, picked up by advertisement, at an annual salary of five pounds payable at indefinite periods, and 'found' in food and lodging like the very boys themselves; and this too in the presence of a little chit of a miller's daughter of eighteen, who was going to be married, in three weeks' time, to a man who had gone down on his very knees to ask her.
He was quite willing--generous scoundrel!--to make me a handsome yearly allowance, payable quarterly, on two conditions.
'I'll make it payable the day after to-morrow,' said the little man, with a look towards Mr.
While the EO, which takes effect immediately, said the President's directive shall apply to account payables of national government agencies, the said order shall not apply to: trust or fiduciary funds, for as long as the purpose for their creation have not been accomplished; and also on accounts payable corresponding to foreign-assisted projects for the duration of the said projects.
The full disbursement capabilities of Nvoicepay along with FLEETCOR's existing card processing solutions, enables businesses to pay their entire accounts payable expenses, including both domestic and international payables.
London: The use of an accounting loophole allowing companies to extend 'payables days' by the use of third-party supply chain financing without classifying this as debt may be on the rise, according to Fitch Ratings.
Also, the report mentioned payables to Hub Power Company stood at Rs70 billion in November 2017 and dues owed to Kot Addu Power rose significantly to Rs73 billion by above-mentioned period.
Unfortunately, in practice one often finds auditors sampling through subsequent disbursements without regard for as-yet unpaid purchase or expense invoices that have been entered post-balance sheet into a payables system (i.e., through a payables or purchases journal or voucher register) or that have not yet been entered into any system and are sitting on someone's desk.
A senior official of PSO told media persons here that total receivables of state oil agency have been increased to 196 billion while its total payables to local and international refineries are Rs 173 billion.
Workspeed Payables and Nexus Systems have been selected by Boston Properties, Inc., a leading commercial real estate investment trust, to help automate its procurement and payables processes.