A great love has no debit and credit account; it gives vastly, not inquiring for any return.
"All that will go down to your credit account," said Skippy in a conciliatory tone.
The credit account of the social dance is certainly not insignificant, and perhaps momentous just for the Americans of to-day.
Since you will have a debit and credit account, I will enlighten you on this point.
The cheque will be paid by the Office up to the time that the credit account of the drawer is sufficient to meet it.
Carson City was too wary and too wise to open up a credit account with the imported bantling with anything like indecent haste.
They do not claim to contain a debit and credit account of what the Latin paganism borrowed from or loaned to the Orient.
They were in the credit account of Gordon and Gordon, every dollar of which justly belonged to the parent company.
Besides, is not love sometimes a real debit and credit account?
Has the withering blight known as Bolshevism any such redeeming traits to its credit account?