Compound Journal Entry
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Compound Journal Entry: A journal entry that involves more than one debit or more than one credit or both.
Journal Entries: A term used to describe the transactions recorded in a journal.
Journal: An accounting record in which transactions are first entered: provides a chronological record of all business activities.
Journal Entry: A recording of a transaction where debits equal credits: usually includes a date and an explanation of the transaction.
Journal Proper: A term used to describe the main or general journal where other journals specific to subsidiary ledgers are also used.
Knotting Compound: A clear finish or sealant for floors, for sealing knots.
Journal(S): A book or set of books where your transactions are first entered.
Joint Cement Or Joint Compound: A powder that is usually mixed with water and used for joint treatment in gypsum-wallboard finish. Often called 'spackle' or drywall mud.
Inorganic Compound: A compound that does not contain carbon chemically bound to hydrogen. Carbonates, bicarbonates, carbides, and carbon oxides are considered inorganic compounds, even though they contain carbon.
Entry Angle: The angle relative to the pocket that the balls enters the pocket. As a rule, increased angle means increased strikes (hence the preference for a ball that hooks a lot or for clean back ends.)
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Chromogenic Materials: Color photographic materials which form dyes during processing.