ledger

[ lej-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF ledger

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He entered the amounts in the "Ledger," and then returned to his seat.

Sears and Elizabeth were bending over the ledger and Egbert opened the door.

He dipped his pen in the inkwell and carefully made an entry in the ledger.

His position was clearly credited and debited in the ledger of life.

"Enter it in the ledger, Mr. James," said McMurtagh, with another gasp.

Closing the ledger, he took up the cash drawer and started for the safe.

It is even so; he had purchased the Ledger at the right time.

The first season the profits were not great, although on the right side of the ledger.

The young man bowed his head and bent over his ledger again.

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

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