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How to use banking in a sentence
Guy Fieri partners with Robert Earl, king of themed restaurants, on Flavortown ghost restaurants throughout the countryGuy Fieri is the latest chef banking on ghost kitchens to expand his brand in the middle of the pandemic.
Djamo is one of such companies taking advantage of this opportunity to bring affordable and seamless banking to the region.YC-backed Djamo is building a financial super app for consumers in Francophone Africa | Tage Kene-Okafor | February 5, 2021 | TechCrunch
Mort acknowledges that much of the innovation in fintech has historically focused on the banking industry while the insurance industry has been slower to innovate.TrustLayer raises $6M seed to become the ‘Carta for insurance’ | Mary Ann Azevedo | February 2, 2021 | TechCrunch
When asked about his own experiences, Blair notes the degrees did not prepare him for his early career in banking.An edtech startup founded by the son of Tony Blair gets $44 million | Lucinda Shen | January 19, 2021 | Fortune
The last-minute rule has been met by broad condemnation, with consumer groups, Democrats and the banking industry in rare alignment in opposition.
banking malware and certain “crimeware” kits have been using this model for years.
You want less concentration in banking—at least the type that will screw the little guy and imperil the economy?
A Colorado-based full- service residential mortgage banking company.
He was shouting up at the darkened windows of banking executives who could not hear a word he was saying.
Washington now found himself unable to even see the lands he was banking on to leave a lasting fortune.
The reformers of the earlier period were not indifferent to the need for centralized organization in the banking system.
The result of the restoration of trade, banking, and credit to earlier and more normal conditions has been steadily apparent.
The wind is howling, and the rain is pelting against the parlour windows of the banking-house, whose blinds are drawn close down.
No sooner was the meeting at an end, than he left the banking-house, and turned his steps towards home.
The percentage of reserves to deposits, which marks the safety line for England, refers to the items in the banking department.
British Dictionary definitions for banking (1 of 2)
the business engaged in by a bank
British Dictionary definitions for banking (2 of 2)
an embankment of a river
another word for bank 2 (def. 7)
fishing on a sea bank, esp off the coast of Newfoundland
the manoeuvre causing an aircraft to bank
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