Accounts

Some articles on accounts, account:

Gwrtheyrn - Accounts - Gildas
... even the writers close to Gildas in time struggled with the gaps in his account, which they filled with either their own research, or imagination ...
Bitbucket
... offers both commercial plans and free accounts ... It offers free accounts with unlimited numbers of private repositories (which can have up to five users in the case of free accounts) as of September 2010 ...
Edinburgh's Telford College - The College Stats
... Full-time study accounts for 19% of enrollments ... Part-time study accounts for 58% of enrollments ... Open learning accounts for 23% of enrollments ...
Double Counting (accounting) - Counting Units
... In fact, the value theory applied in national accounts is nowadays strongly influenced by the valuation principles of ordinary business accounts and the prevailing ... The implicit assumption made in national accounts, is that the account at the macro-level must be similar to that at the micro-level ... The accounts can be criticised for being eclectic in some ways, but that is not necessarily a problem the aim of the exercise is to identify and categorise all flows, and the ...
Lakandula - Documentary Sources - Direct Accounts and References From Period Documents
... Century Philippine Culture and Society", William Henry Scott identifies the three accounts directly detailing the events of Lakandula’s lifetime An account written by Miguel Lopez de Legazpi ... Scott also identifies other accounts that don’t directly refer to that occasion, but provide additional information about conditions at the time ... These include two accounts of the Magellan voyage, reports from the attacks on Borneo in 1578-79, letters to the king from royal auditor Melchor de Avalos, Reports by later Governors General, passing ...

Famous quotes containing the word accounts:

    Genius lasts longer than Beauty. That accounts for the fact that we all take such pains to over-educate ourselves.
    Oscar Wilde (1854–1900)

    Good friends settle their accounts speedily.
    Chinese proverb.

    But, on more accounts than one, I had had enough of moose-hunting. I had not come to the woods for this purpose, nor had I foreseen it, though I had been willing to learn how the Indian manvred; but one moose killed was as good, if not as bad, as a dozen.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)