Circular note


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(Com.) See under Credit.
(Diplomacy) A letter addressed in identical terms to a number of persons.

See also: Circular, Circular

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Now she was crouching in the corner trying to extract a circular note from a kind of linen nose-bag which hung in chaste concealment round her neck.
1874 Cook's Circular Note, an early form of the traveller's cheque, launched in New York
Another innovation was his circular note, a forerunner of the travellers' cheque, which enabled tourists to obtain local currency in exchange for a paper note issued by Thomas Cook.
Another innovation was his circular note, a forerunner of the travellers cheque, which enabled tourists to obtain local currency in exchange for a paper note issued by Thomas Cook.
The circular note urged homeowners to contact the gardai about their concerns.
A circular note, first issued in 1874, it enabled tourists to obtain local currency in exchange for a paper note issued by the company.
Top Management and Board should also have a fair degree of awareness of the fine nuances of the threats and appropriate familiarization may be organized" the circular notes.
The circular notes that while bauxite is currently classified as a Group C cargo (cargoes that do not liquefy or possess a chemical hazard) under the International Maritime Solid Bulk Cargoes (IMSBC) Code, there is a need to raise awareness of the possible dangers of liquefaction associated with bauxite.
The circular notes that laws should aim not just to regulate social issues or satisfy the desires of people but also to educate.
Financial authorities overseas even in sympathetic countries can't do much to help and assist in more passive ways, normally by sending circular notes to financial institutions asking them to conduct due diligence and ascertain whether they hold any Libyan connected assets.
Similarly, in 1875, Cook developed Circular Notes, the ancestor of the Travelers' Check.