At the head of the stairs Linda took the cheque that she carried and tore it into bits.
I found the cheque I wrote you when I got home this afternoon.
She opened it and without any preliminaries handed it and the cheque to the banker.
He looked at the cheque speculatively, and then laid it aside and read the letter.
Endorse this cheque 'Jane Meredith' and make it payable to me personally.
He picked up the cheque from the Cottenham Repertory Theatre.
I'll write out the cheque as soon as the waiters clear away the débris.
You will have to write a cheque for the twenty-five thousand pounds.
You see, this cheque is crossed, and will go into your banking account.
An other cheque will have to be drawn to get the money out.'