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ach

(ɑːx)
interj
Scot an expression of surprise, impatience, disgust, etc. Also: och
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There was a dull, weight like feeling in his stom- ach, and, when he tried to walk, his head swayed and he tottered.
Kerrie Duvernay, Hancock s manager of treasury products said, although safe, ACH s electronic nature can be an lucrative focus for cyber-criminals.
For more than 100 years, ACH has been home for thousands of children and youth.
This rule expands upon the work we have done to effectively test the market's readiness for same day ACH with our opt-in service," said Marie Gooding, first vice president and retail payments product director of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.
The Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) has issued instructions to the Egyptian Banks Co For Technological Advancement (EBC), to create an ACH system.
Guardian Analytics, a provider of behaviour-based fraud prevention solutions, on Monday announced a new addition to its multi-channel product portfolio, FraudMAP ACH, which automatically analyses ACH batches and transactions to prioritise the highest risk payments for review.
Based on the results of this research, NACHA developed specific language to define the ACH Network, generated terminology to explain ACH payments and created distinctive phrasing to convey the role of the ACH Network and its characteristics.
It provides financial institutions with an easy solution to fulfill their compliance requirements for cross-border ACH transactions under regulations issued by the U.
The ACH is also one-and-a-half pounds lighter than the traditional Kevlar helmet and has a four-point chin strap system for a better fit.
For a more thorough look at PM for your ACH, see the preventive maintenance checks and services in TM 10-8470-204-10, 31 May 2004.
Chicago-based LaSalle's newest service allows customers to log in and view all ACH debits received for posting to their accounts each day.
In the mammalian brain, choline transport, and not the activity of choline acetyltransferase, is the rate-limiting step in ACh biosynthesis and the locus of regulation of ACh levels (Klemm and Kuhar 1979; Simon et al.