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By a play on the words, a bum-bailiff was so called, because his duty was to snatch or capture the body of a delinquent.
Once a month a "past due" list is sent members indicating distributors and retailers who are delinquent in their bills.
Secondary characters include a delinquent bully and a mysterious, benevolent stranger.
As a revenue officer, Yancey was charged with collecting taxes from delinquent taxpayers.
The perpetrator is an unethical, childish delinquent who deserves to be lambasted for what he did.
Five-sixths of the great ranches became tax delinquent.
He is not a delinquent type of youngster or destructive kind of youngster.
When she didn't pay the duplicate bill, they cut off her service, saying she was delinquent.
Thompson was born and grew up in Kentucky, where he was a self-described juvenile delinquent.
Eddie is on his way to becoming a juvenile delinquent when he meets Lupe, who changes his world.
Almost half of renegotiated loans are delinquent again within six months.
Creditors are trying to get whatever they can out of delinquent credit card accounts.
It tried to keep delinquent borrowers on track with debt counseling, budgeting help and even family meetings.
The balance rose as the bank tacked on lawyers' fees and the loan was deemed delinquent.
As many as seven million borrowers are seriously delinquent on their loans and at risk of foreclosure.
Collection of the customer's account is first initiated when it becomes delinquent.
The following is a list of parcels and owners with property taxes that are delinquent for three or more years.

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