accommodation bill


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accommodation bill

n
(Commerce) commerce a bill of exchange cosigned by a guarantor: designed to strengthen the acceptor's credit. Also called: windbill or windmill
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The accommodation bill for Holly's family alone comes to a whopping [pounds sterling]63,000, and ITV is expected to fork out for tutors for Holly and Dan's nine-year-old son Harry and seven-year-old daughter Belle so they don't fall behind on their schoolwork.
The investigation found he didn't declare some income and that he exaggerated expenses with the help of phony invoices, including a PS14,000 accommodation bill.
Her 10-day trip came with an PS800 accommodation bill and taxpayers paid a further PS1290 for transport, meals and activities.
POLICE are requesting a European and international arrest warrant for a British man, who with his wife, allegedly left a Paphos hotel and scores of tourists high and dry by not paying an accommodation bill, and for allegedly selling passes to an annual music event for last month that never took place.
THE accommodation bill for the country's 350 diplomats and their dependents serving overseas last year topped [euro]12.76million.
Martha Fuller Clark, D-Portsmouth, was a reasonable accommodation bill for breastfeeding employees echoing the language of the Americans with Disability Act.
WALES football fans travelling to Euro 2016 this summer could have the lowest accommodation bill of all 24 participating nations, a study by travel site TripAdvisor has revealed.
And the artists' fees are "pre expense" - meaning you also pick up a substantial travel and accommodation bill for the star and their entourage - as well as dressing room drinks and snacks.