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CHANGE. The exchange of money for money. The giving, for example, dollars for eagles, dimes for dollars, cents for dimes. This is a contract which always takes place in the same place. By change is also understood small money. Poth. Contr. de Change, n. 1.

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Undo net change. Some students find the total in and total out and compute the net change.
This net change was primarily driven by approximately 69,000 additional block hours from its E175 aircraft and a decrease of approximately 143,000 block hours from its other aircraft types.
Newcastle saw the most closures, with 46 shutting up shop - including the likes of Greenwoods menswear and hardware store Clas Ohlson - though it had seen the most openings with 43 new businesses launching to the high street, giving a net change of just -3.
Total investments at fair value held by SLF are estimated to have decreased by approximately 20.7%, or USD 46.9 million, during the three months ended September 30, 2018 after factoring in debt repayments, sales of securities, net fundings on revolvers and net change in unrealized gains (losses).
This net change was primarily driven by approximately 60,600 additional block hours from its E175 aircraft and a decrease of approximately 126,700 block hours from its other aircraft types.
Net change in theater inventory for first half of 2005 Theaters Screens Openings 79 809 Average size of new theaters = 10 screens Closings 54 302 Average size of closing theaters = 6 screens Net change +25 +507 Opening theaters & screens by region for first half of 2005 Theaters Screens Pacific 11 120 Rockies 5 54 North 2 17 Central South 13 116 Central Midwest 14 137 Southeast 22 239 Canada 4 51 Northeast 8 75 Comparison of theater openings and closings (2005 vs.
Total investments at fair value held by SLF are estimated to have decreased by approximately 11.5%, or USD 29.5 million, during the three months ended June 30, 2018 after factoring in debt repayments, sales of securities, net fundings on revolvers and net change in unrealized gains (losses).
This net change was primarily driven by approximately 19,700 additional block hours from its E175 aircraft and a decrease of approximately 36,000 block hours from its other aircraft types.
Net change in theater inventory for 2004 Theaters Screens Openings 111 1258 Closings 119 884 Net change -88 +374 Average size of new theaters = 11 screens Average size of closing theaters = 4 screens Opening theaters & screens by region for 2004 Theaters Screens Pacific 12 158 Rockies 5 54 North Central 10 123 South Central 11 111 Canada 7 40 Midwest 22 244 Southeast 26 326 Northeast 18 202 Comparison of theater openings and closings (2004 vs.
The year-over-year net change was primarily driven by approximately 12,600 additional block hours from its E175 aircraft and a decrease of approximately 20,800 block hours from its other aircraft types.
Total net realized loss on investments in the fourth quarter 2015 was USD0.08 per share and total net change in unrealized depreciation on investments of USD0.47 per share, compared to a total net realized gain on investments of USD0.02 per share and a total net change in unrealized depreciation on investments of USD0.34 per share for the quarter ended December 31, 2014.
Net change in theater inventory for first half of 2004 Theaters Screens Openings 41 502 Closings 99 463 Net change -58 +39 Average size of new theater = 12 screens Average size of closing theaters = 5 screens Opening theaters & screens by region for first half of 2004 Theaters Screens Pacific 2 28 Rockies 2 28 North Central 3 31 South Central 2 21 Midwest 9 118 Southeast 10 126 Canada 3 18 Northeast 10 132 Note: Table made from bar graph.