A cheque duly signed, but without specifying any sum of money; the amount to be filled in by the payee. Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894Blank PracticeBlank? (Encyclopedia) check or cheque, bill of exchange (see draft) drawn upon a bank or trust company or broker connected with a clearinghouse (see clearing). Upon presentation of a check, the bank or? Cartridge with powder only, that is, without shot, bullet, or ball. Used in drill and in saluting. Figuratively, empty threats. Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer,? Shooting for practice with blank cartridges. Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894Blank VerseBlank Cheque A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S? A building in Lombard Street, set apart, since 1775, for interchanging bankers' cheques and bills. Each bank sends to it daily all the bills and cheques not drawn on its own firm; these? Scene VAnother part of the fieldThe trumpets sound. Enter King Henry IV, Prince Henry, Lord John Lancaster, Earl of Westmoreland, with Worcester and Vernon prisonersKing Henry IVThus ever did? Scene IIIThe Duke of Albany's palaceEnter Goneril, and Oswald, her stewardGonerilDid my father strike my gentleman for chiding of his fool?OswaldYes, madam.GonerilBy day and night he wrongs? Chapter VI
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Internees shall be permitted to retain articles of personal use. Monies, cheques, bonds, etc., and valuables in? A draught on Aldgate Pump. A cheque with no effects. A worthless bill. The pun is on the word draught, which means either an order on a bank for money or a sup of liquor. Source:? (French). A blank cheque signed by the giver, but left to be filled in by the receiver, with a sum of money drawn on the bank-account of the giver. Power to act at discretion in an affair?