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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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1) Those who have been displaying the graphic images have evidence that it does indeed change minds;
``It's no use trying to change minds, you have to be committed and wanting to play and wear the shirt with pride.
The earliest black writers believed in the "power of literature to change minds," says Dickson D.
Sir, - I wonder if I might take the unusual step of commenting on my own letter (Bombs don't change minds, Post, June 8) in the light of recent events in the Balkans.
But I certainly will speak my opinion of it and try to change minds. But the voters can disagree with my opinion, you know.
Telling parents off won't change minds. Making sure children get outside, do enough PE at school and have access to affordable, fresh food - that's the foundation to build on.
Fret not, Keira, we're sure these snaps will change minds...
It said the media had been spreading such reports in a bid to change minds. "There is a pause in coverage when the Taliban deny the talks," it said.
Cracking the code; how to win hearts, change minds, and restore America's original vision.
It is disgraceful that wealthy multinational companies are now preying on people's worries about the rising cost of living to try and change minds on GMOs.