Paper credit

credit founded upon evidences of debt, such as promissory notes, duebills, etc.
- Forney.

See also: Paper

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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And one of them has told us that the Post's story had absolutely no influence on them." Achenbaum also claims that Greene sought information from her on two occasions in October 2007 for coverage related to Brown's hearing and eventual release, but said she would not give the Charlotte paper credit. Those included a request for confirmation that it cost $2.3 million for Brown to be housed at a state hospital and a request for Achenbaum to cover the hearing in which Brown was granted freedom and provide Greene with information from the hearing.
I know of one Fleet Street executive who, before the dependence on PA, insisted that his paper credit a disputed goal to West Ham's Paolo Di Canio, even though it was a clear own goal, because he'd stuck pounds 20 on the striker at 7-1.
A couple of weeks ago my wife and I decided to attack a year's worth of paper credit card receipts that do nothing but take up space.
Over the course of eight chapters, Varney situates these writings in relation to such contemporary concerns and modern interests as the rise of commerce and paper credit; travel narratives and imperialism; love, marriage, and property.
In preparing this lecture, it has been fascinating to read parts of Thornton's great book, An Enquiry into the Nature and Effects of the Paper Credit of Great Britain, published in 1802, and F.A.
As the novel progresses, Pamela departs from the material world of real, tangible goods (for which she never actually loses her concern) as she becomes increasingly fascinated with the imaginative world of paper credit and the possibilities it holds.
Brantlinger is particularly apt in unearthing an influential book of 1802, Henry Thornton's An Enquiry into the Nature and Effects of the Paper Credit of Great Britain, and registering the reactions to it among its readers.
Lycos gives the paper credit for converting its AP wire feed to HTML, making it much more reader friendly.
The APACS figures for 1994 reveal that there were 2,926 million cheque payments and 408 million paper credit transfers during that year, giving a total of 3,334 million paper transactions.
The emergence of electronic networks eliminated carbon paper credit card slips, and advances in computing and data storage technology led to database marketing.
Is the paper credit report received and somehow read or "scanned" into the computer - how does it know what data is where on the form, what to call it and where to store it?
As similar as moving from LCs to BPOs, moving from traditional paper credit applications to electronic ones offers quite a bit in time savings for staff, increased speed of transactions and reduced documentation.