Lodgement

Lodge'ment noun See Lodgment .
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Lodgement

• (n.) See Lodgment.
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Lodgement

A lodgement is an enclave taken by and defended by force of arms against determined opposition made by increasing the size of a bridgehead, beachhead or airhead into a substantial defended area, the rear parts of which{–}at the least{–} are out of direct line of fire. Although many references state that Operation Neptune refers to the naval op
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lodgement

  1. bringing a charge or accusation against someone
  2. the state or quality of being lodged or fixed even temporarily

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Lodgement

[finance] In Ireland a lodgement is an amount lodged to a bank account or "paid in" to a bank account via a "lodgement slip" or "paying in" slip. In India a lodgement is commonly used for proofs of tax deduction. A "lodgement vendor" is one who will verify proofs (rental receipts, medical receipts) to ensure that they are eligible for deduc
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