banking

  1. tip laterally; of boats and aircraft
  2. cover with ashes, of fires, to control the rate of burning
  3. have confidence or faith in

Banking

A system for recording qualified air emission reductions for later use in bubble, offset, or netting transactions. (See emissions trading.)
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banking

[n] - engaging in the business of banking 2. [n] - transacting business with a bank
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Banking

Bank'ing noun The business of a bank or of a banker. Banking house , an establishment or office in which, or a firm by whom, banking is done.
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banking

noun transacting business with a bank; depositing or withdrawing funds or requesting a loan etc.
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Banking

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Bank • (n.) The business of a bank or of a banker.
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Banking

[Special Provisions] The Banking (Special Provisions) Act 2008 (c 2) is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom that entered into force on the 21 February 2008 in order to enable the UK government to nationalise high-street banks under emergency circumstances by secondary legislation. The Act was introduced in order to nationalise th...
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banking

running in which a motor vehicle, coupled or uncoupled, is added to the rear of a train to assist in its propulsion
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banking

banking, primarily the business of dealing in money and instruments of credit. Banks were traditionally differentiated from other financial institutions by their principal functions of accepting deposits—subject to withdrawal or transfer by check—and of making loans.Sections in this arti...
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banking

When a dog pushes off (banks) the top of a wall, viaduct, or wishing well jump or the inside of the tire with his back feet. Not faulted in the performance of the tire; faulted in the performance of the viaduct, wall, or wishing well jump.
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Banking

The practice of taking blood from blood banks and hospital reserves.
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BANKING

Poor use of Inclination to make turns, resulting in the skis not holding an edge during the turn and the skier being unbalanced and typically having too much pressure on the inside ski.
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Banking

Inclining or leaning the entire body to put the ski on its edge.
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Banking

Generally, when dealing with a timeshare exchange company, a timeshare owner has the option to reser
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