Federal spending has fallen for two straight fiscal years, even as receipts have risen sharply.
Such a committee can judge people in full, not as an atomistic collection of receipts and isolated life events.
“I was so paranoid that I would shred the receipts,” she said.
Udall, for his part, collected about $100,000, which represented about 1.4 percent of his $7.3 million in receipts.
I look around the stairway, and I see Al Capone and another guy sitting in the living room having a beef about ‘receipts.’
It was the amount of the previous evening's receipts at the Regent, in pounds.
In those days men fastened their letters and receipts and bills with wax.
Charles's receipts are still to be seen in the French Archives.
You will be the only attraction at this performance, and I have only you to count on for the receipts.
Carter glanced over the footings, the receipts and the invoices with the prompt and accurate eye of a bank accountant.
late 14c., "act of receiving;" also "statement of ingredients in a potion or medicine;" from Anglo-French or Old North French receite "receipt, recipe, prescription" (c.1300), altered (by influence of receit "he receives," from Vulgar Latin *recipit) from Old French recete, from Latin recepta "received," fem. past participle of recipere (see receive). Meaning "written acknowledgment of money or goods received" is from c.1600.