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Central Investigation Bureau agents were lucky if all their extras and bonuses brought them up to a thousand credits a year.

Brink of MadnessWalter J. Sheldon

We had negotiated their 'credits' for some of our constituents to a considerable amount for the payment of teas and silks.

In 1970 about 73 percent of the bank's credits were devoted to exports, and only 21 percent were granted for imports.

Area Handbook for RomaniaEugene K. Keefe, Donald W. Bernier, Lyle E. Brenneman, William Giloane, James M. Moore, and Neda A. Walpole

I had a book of travellers' checks and credits at the coast.

Desert ConquestA. M. Chisholm

You don't want to talk about those divilish bills and credits and things, I hope.

Mary-'GustaJoseph C. Lincoln

An authority to construct such houses is therefore, with the proposed alteration of the credits, recommended to your attention.

Valuables fall naturally and exactly into three classes, Commodities, Services, and Credits.

I keep the record of the credits earned in a notebook, and place the number earned by each pupil on the monthly report card.

School Credit for Home WorkLewis Raymond Alderman

A business man's ledger is a very valuable history of credits.

The competition was more active, the credits longer, and the risks were greater, than in other commercial or mercantile pursuits.


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