Account current

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a running or continued account between two or more parties, or a statement of the particulars of such an account.
See under Account.

See also: Account, Current

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His cheques were regularly paid at sight from his account current, which was always flush.
After the first year,' say the trustees, 'an account current will be opened with each pupil; he will be charged with the actual cost of his board, which will not exceed two dollars per week;' a trifle more than eight shillings English; 'and he will be credited with the amount paid for him by the state, or by his friends; also with his earnings over and above the cost of the stock which he uses; so that all his earnings over one dollar per week will be his own.
Taking into account current fuel pricing and currency exchange rates, and other factors, the company currently estimates 2012 earnings will be in the range of $1.
The Group has been aimed at business expansion especially taking into account current favourable prices for railcars.
A catalogue' of authorised and unauthorised practices - taking into account current case law -a was established, although previously this sector was entitled to an exemption.
Nonetheless, there currently appears to be sufficient supply of non-Iranian oil to permit foreign countries to significantly reduce their import of Iranian oil, taking into account current estimates of demand, increased production by some countries, private inventories of crude oil and petroleum products, and available strategic petroleum reserves and, in fact, many purchasers of Iranian crude oil have already reduced their purchases or announced they are in productive discussions with alternative
The AA is now urging Chancellor George Osborne to revert to the old system of setting annual fuel duty, which takes into account current economic and social conditions and not the "automatic turning of the screw based on inflation".
Some agencies like to simplify remittances to carriers by rendering an account current to them, while other agencies prefer to keep tighter control by reconciling an item-based statement from the carrier.
His proposal takes into account current naturalist emphases by authors who portray divine activity.
Joanne and Jason Shaw, of VIQI, said: "Having taken into account current funds and membership numbers the scheme would need to sign up a significant amount of new members in order to put the deal forward to the club.
In the re-display the museum took into account current ethical debates and how other museums approach the display of this material.
The work takes into account current safety standards and reflects the fact that there is now a much heavier volume of traffic than was the case when the parapet was originally designed in the 1970s.