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2. The firm was accused of dubious accounting practices.
3. Usually not run hair health meters, accounting for it is hard to carry on one hundred meters sprint.
4. There's no accounting for tastes.
5. A job fell vacant in the accounting department.
6. He should go in for accounting because he has a good head for figures.
7. Outside investigators will put the company's accounting practices through the wringer.
7. Sentencedict.com try its best to collect and make good sentences.
8. The debate revolves around specific accounting techniques.
9. The accounting firm deliberately destroyed documents to thwart government investigators.
10. August registrations have gone ballistic, accounting now for a quarter of the annual total.
11. She thinks he's wonderful-oh well, there's no accounting for taste.
12. The accounting office checked off each worker's dues every month.
13. In principle, the new software should make the accounting system a lot simpler.
14. A company's accounting records must be open for inspection at all times.
15. He faces 18 charges of fraud and false accounting.
16. An understanding of accounting techniques is a major requisite for the work of the analysts.
17. Most large companies now use computers for accounting and housekeeping operations.
18. Accounting principles are also referred to as standards.
19. We offer accounting as a subsidiary course.
20. Commitment accounting Commitment accounting is much less widely adopted in practice than either cash accounting or accruals accounting.
21. The General Accounting Office reports that airbags do not provide adequate protection for small children and others not sitting in normal position.
22. In spite of accounting for only 0.2 percent of a beer's cost, this is naturally felt to be wasteful and undesirable.
23. The curriculum should include courses in office technology, accounting, business mathematics, computer applications, and business law.
24. With farm exports accounting for 70% of New Zealand's exports, that would be good news for the entire economy.
25. Fund accounting Fund accounting is a practice we were introduced to in Chapter 7.
26. Much of the apparent growth in profits that occurred in the 1980s was the result of creative accounting.
27. There was no love lost between the sales and the accounting departments.
28. The merger of these two companies would create the world's biggest accounting firm.
29. From 1987, companies' gains were charged to corporation tax as if they were additional income of an accounting period.
30. Audited accounts were demanded by the Government, and funding agencies demanded a more efficient accounting for development money.
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