verb (used with object), dunned, dunning. 1. to make repeated and insistent demands upon, especially for the payment of a debt. noun 2. a person, especially a ...
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DEFINITION of 'Dunning' Making insistent demands for the payment of a debt. Dunning, in the business context, refers to the collections process, whereby a business ...
Dunning is a small village in Perth and Kinross in Scotland with a population of about 1,000. The village is built around the 12th-13th century former parish church ...
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dun 1 (dŭn) tr.v. dunned, dun·ning, duns. To importune (a debtor) for payment: a dunning letter. n. 1. One that duns. 2. An importunate demand for payment.
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Dunning Family Descended from Samuel Dunning (1690-1760) in Maryland, Delaware, and Pennsylvania Compiled by MJP Grundy with the help of Douglas Dunning, Dorie ...
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