On the other side of the ledger, the firm reportedly filed hundreds of faked voter registration forms in Florida this year.
On the negative side of the ledger, there was no bold grand bargain offered by the president.
Surely there are a comparable number of researchers with sticky palms on the vaccines-are-safe side of the ledger as well.
You only see one side of the ledger—you stop dealing with math and abandon the responsibility of governing in the process.
On the other side of the ledger, the Obama administration points to an impressive array of accomplishment.
In many cities, merchants have formed associations for the exchange of ledger experiences.
Sears and Elizabeth were bending over the ledger and Egbert opened the door.
Now, why did Rerdell say he took the journal and left the ledger?
He dipped his pen in the inkwell and carefully made an entry in the ledger.
The making of entries in the ledger directly, also increases the opportunity for fraudulent entries.
"account book," c.1400, from leggen "to place, lay" (see lay (v.)). Originally a book that lies permanently in a place (especially a large copy of a breviary in a church). Sense of "book of accounts" is first attested 1580s, short for ledger-book (1550s).