Results for: Receive

Why receivables are assets?

An asset is something that will lead to future economic benefits or cash flows to the company. Accounts receivable means money that is receivable by the company from for exam (MORE)

What are receivables?

The Accounts Receivable Aging Schedule is a useful tool   for analyzing the aging of your accounts receivable. Analyzing the   schedule allows you to spot problems in (MORE)

When do you use have received or had received?

Have received is present perfect. Present perfect is used to talk about something that happened very recently and has results in the present. I have received you letter toda (MORE)
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What is a DSD Receiver?

Well if you are talking about a job in a retail store it stands for Direct Store Delivery. The receiver is in charge of all vendor dealings within the store he or she is also (MORE)
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What is receiving soundwaves?

Receiving sound waves is the process by which sound travels in form  of waves and is received by our eardrums to be heard.

What to do when receiving head?

You can give it back at the same time or play with the genitals of the person giving it to you if you are in a position to do it.
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What rhymes with receive?

Deceive, naive, relieve    perceive, deceive, grieve, naive, weave, eve, leave, conceive, etc.   relieve relieve   deceive, believe, achieve, relieve    (MORE)

What are accounts receiveable?

on account of credit sales of merchandise or trading and service an ammount is due form purchaser that ammount is known as receiveable
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What is a scraper receiver do?

it recieves fuel gas through pipe and segregates its contents to gas and liquid.low density(gas) would go through vent to flare and high density(liquid) would go throgh draina (MORE)
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What is correct did no receive or did not received?

Neither of those are correct. Correct variations would be: "did not receive" "has not received" "had not received" Which you use will depend on the overall sentence yo (MORE)