clearing house

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  • Such a clearing house the local commercial organization can easily provide. Cited from Highway Transport Commitee, Bulletin 1, by US Government
  • Up until this point many exchanges would act as their own clearing house.
  • The separate collection of these would be almost impossible were it not for the clearing-house system. Cited from Up To Date Business, by Various
  • This in simple language is the primary idea of the clearing-house. Cited from Up To Date Business, by Various
  • It serves as a powerful information clearing-house for the media and the forest movement.
  • Through the Clearing House each bank is connected with every other in the city. Cited from Lights and Shadows of New York Life, by James D. McCabe
  • They went door-to-door clearing houses, and most of the time the houses would be empty.
  • A committee of the clearing house called upon me and the subject was thoroughly considered. Cited from Recollections of Forty Years in the House, Senate and Cabinet, Sherman
  • We believe that the place is rather a clearing house for spy information. Cited from Torchy and Vee, by Sewell Ford
  • The clearing house system adopted in the city of New York applied only to that city. Cited from Recollections of Forty Years in the House, Senate and Cabinet, Sherman
  • Show how all the banks of the United States are connected through the clearing-house system. Cited from Up To Date Business, by Various
  • If all the people of a city kept their money in one central bank there would be no need of a clearing-house. Cited from Up To Date Business, by Various
  • Each large city has its clearing-house system. Cited from Up To Date Business, by Various
  • It was located near the modern-day site of Clearing House.
  • The receiving hall of the hospital is its clearing house of patients. Cited from Observations of an Orderly, by Ward Muir
  • Clearing House has been noted for its unusual place name.
  • We spoke, one may say, through a clearing house. Cited from Kings, Queens And Pawns, by Mary Roberts Rinehart
  • The introduction of central clearing houses, one for the US and one for Europe.
  • At the Clearing House we usually sat next each other. Cited from Fifty Years of Railway Life in England, Scotland and Ireland, by Tatlow
  • Country banks connect themselves with one or more clearing-houses through city banks, which do their business for them. Cited from Up To Date Business, by Various
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