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  • Letter of introduction — The letter of introduction, along with the visiting card, was an important part of polite social interaction in the 18th and 19th centuries. It remains important in formal situations, such as an ambassador presenting his credentials, and in… …   Wikipedia

  • letter of introduction — letter listing one s credentials …   English contemporary dictionary

  • letter of introduction — A letter introducing a person to the addressee, sometimes mailed to the addressee but often carried and presented to him in person by the person to be introduced …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • letter of credit — letter of credit: a document issued to a beneficiary at the request of the issuer s customer in which the issuer (as a bank) promises to honor a demand for payment by the beneficiary in order to satisfy or secure the customer s debt compare… …   Law dictionary

  • letter of accreditation — letter of introduction, letter listing one s credentials …   English contemporary dictionary

  • letter of credit — Synonyms and related words: CD, IOU, MO, Pastoral Epistle, acceptance, acceptance bill, aerogram, air letter, airgraph, bank acceptance, bank check, bill, bill of draft, bill of exchange, billet doux, blank check, bull, certificate, certificate… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • letter of credence — noun a letter of introduction, especially of an ambassador …   English new terms dictionary

  • Letter of Jeremiah — The Letter of Jeremiah, also known as the Epistle of Jeremy, is a deuterocanonical (or apocryphal) book of the Old Testament; this letter purports to have been written by Jeremiah ( Jeremy ) to the exiles who were to be taken captive into Babylon …   Wikipedia

  • Letter of inquiry — A letter of inquiry is a general term used for a number of different kinds of business letters addressed to a company. For example, applicants usually send a letter of inquiry (with an enclosed CV) to the employer from whom they would like to… …   Wikipedia

  • ARISTEAS, LETTER OF — ARISTEAS, LETTER OF, Jewish Alexandrian literary composition written by an anonymous Jew, in the form of a letter allegedly written to his brother Philocrates by Aristeas, a Greek in the court of Ptolemy II Philadelphus (285–246 B.C.E.). The… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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