Sự thật về Book Là Gì – Bank định Nghĩa, Ví Dụ, Giải Thích
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Running a school is much more of a business than it used to be, – by law we have to balance our books.
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the situation in which a bookmaker accepts and pays out amounts of money that are risked on a particular result:
I”ve booked us two tickets to see “Carmen”/I”ve booked two tickets for us to see “Carmen”.
If a police officer, referee, etc. books someone, they write down the person”s name in an official record because they have done something wrong:
an object consisting of a number of pages of text or pictures fastened together along one edge and fixed inside two covers:
to arrange a place on a flight, a room in a hotel, a ticket for an event, etc. for a particular time in the future:
book a flight/holiday/show When he tried to book a flight home to Australia, his credit card was refused.
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book sth in sth Jarvis expects to be able to book some or all of that figure in the current year”s accounts.
A key issue in the book is an analysis of the experience with the application of economic instruments, such as charges and tradable discharge permits.
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Works that were centrally planned and assigned, moreover, had a better chance of seeing print than did books written on personal initiative.
The book is valuable to undergraduate students, but it can also be a quick refresher on the topic for some graduate students.
The rice package and book were the easiest to detect, which can be seen from the average time for detection.
A publisher who arrived late on the market or who miscalculated the demand for an ordinary, “mid-list” book could be punished with a heavy loss.
The book was in two parts, the first part philosophical, the second dealing with mathematics and the natural sciences.
Unfortunately, it is difficult in a short space to do justice to a book which already is a philosophical classic.
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