Bill holder

Bill´ hold`er

    (bĭl´ hōl`dẽr)
1.A person who holds a bill or acceptance.
2.A device by means of which bills, etc., are held.
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It also has a bigger bill holder along with card slots.
Deposits and Guarantees required: A holdback may be levied on each bill Holder market in accordance with Article 101 of the Public Procurement Code.
Place the card or tip into a bill holder or tip tray and hand it to a server directly.
CaICPA member Bill Holder was chosen by the AICPA as the 2003 recipient of its Distinguished Achievement in Accounting Education Award.
Is it: a) Bill Hader b) Bill Holder c) Bill Harper Sen d your answers on a postcard to PO Box 4010, London E14 5BA or email filmcomp@people.
As the keynote speaker at August's RFID Journal/ AAFA Apparel & Footwear Summit in New York, Dillard's chief information officer, Bill Holder, said the results were positive enough to go ahead with further testing.
There may be benefits to having a more objective standard setter, whose allegiances perhaps are more closely aligned with the investing public, rather than the practice community," says Bill Holder, CPA, a part-time member of the Governmental Accounting Standards Board and an accounting professor at the University of Southern California.
They replace VICS chairperson, Bill Holder, vice president & CIO of Dillard's.
Is it: a) Bill Hader b) Bill Holder c) Bill Harper Send your answers on a postcard to PO Box 4010, London E14 5BA or email filmcomp@people.
CalCPA member and CIC Chair Bill Holder, underscores the need for CPAs to make their voices heard in the computerization process: "Input from this profession is a requirement for a successful transition to a computer-based CPA examination.
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Through his leadership, John has brought to CAMICO a great understanding of the problems CPAs have," says Bill Holder, chair of the DSA selection committee.