Dry exchange

DRY EXCHANGE, contracts. A term invented for disguising and covering usury; in which something, was pretended to pass on both sides, when in truth nothing passed on one side, whence it was called dry. Stat. 3 Hen. VII. c. 5 Wolff, Ins. Nat. Sec. 657.

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While some might view this as a rather dry exchange of PowerPoint slides, it is truly a great gathering of key industry leaders who are able to discuss openly their views and proposals to ensure the tea industry sustainably grows.
The doctors also divide the exchanges into real and dry exchange, calling real exchange that which is true exchange and which allows drawing something more than the capital that is exchanged, and dry exchange that which is not true exchange, and thus not allowing to draw either more than the capital exchanged-that is, when in the exchange an increment is received only for the delay in time, which constitutes usury.
What is the exchanging of money in dry exchange and real exchange; in fair, unfair, and doubtful exchange; and in pure and impure exchange, according to some?