compliments slip

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compliments slip

n (Comm) → Empfehlungszettel m
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007

compliments slip

n (Comm) → cartoncino della società
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"But he was just shoved through the letterbox in a jiffy bag with a compliment slip - and I was really shocked.
"Inside was my postal order, my stamped addressed envelope, a three-shilling ticket and a compliment slip that simply said 'From Wor Jackie'.
"Inside was my postal order, my stamped addressed envelope, a three-shilling ticket and a compliment slip that simply said 'From wor Jackie' - Tyneside for 'our Jackie.' "He was owned by the town." Lord Michael Bates, a fellow Toon fan from Gateshead who had secured the debate, had earlier joked how a Ba goal for the Magpies against Manchester United in January last year almost had him changing religion.
THE message on the compliment slip that falls into the laps of injured soldiers as they open their gift bags is simple but expresses perfectly the sentiments.
To quote your compliment slip, I'm "Loving your work" (although your Virgin Media people have made a right pig's ear of my switch to Sky).
Both letters were posted back to me at 3pm the next day, arriving at my house on Wednesday, August 3, complete with photos, banknote and a handwritten compliment slip. I am impressed by the employees' honesty and grateful for the trouble taken to put right my mistakes.
The compliment slip that accompanied his school reports from Dorset said: 'Our loss - your gain.'
Also, if you've been asked for a compliment slip or business card as part of a record attempt, ignore it.
I have received this letter asking me to send the boy a compliment slip or card because he is trying to enter the Guinness Book of Records for the most compliment slips received.
"When Pete came to our school in 1994, having transferred from the Blandford School in Dorset, on the compliment slip that accompanied the notes sent by the school was written 'Our loss - your gain'.
On the compliment slip it posed the following question: 'What do digestive biscuits, biodegradable packaging and the diesel you put in your car have in common?'
She wrote to Newcastle United and received a catalogue of goods for sale - not even a compliment slip.