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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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PA Fisher Sandiacre, Notts AFURTHER to the answer from Albert Millican (Nov 12), the d e f i n i t i o n o f a nautical mile is one minute of latitude - therefore it is a changeable distance.
We are due for changeable conditions and some showers, some of which could be heavy.
BA Connect will offer a single class cabin on all aircraft, buy-on-board hot and cold catering, year-round, changeable, one-way fares from as little as pounds 25, including taxes, fees and charges, and a new offering for business and frequent flyers called BA Connect Plus.
Elsewhere, offices are conceived as distinct places, rather than arid, impersonal prairies, with cellular and open plan spaces interspersed to create a varied and changeable internal landscape.
This analysis raises some intriguing possibilities: that religious allegiance, national identity, and racial hatred were all changeable qualities in the early modern period whose intensity could diminish over gradients of space, time, class, and even gender.
Last week Coventry experienced changeable weather, with heavier rain at the beginning of the week than expected.
A new way to make electronic displays--like the ones in digital watches, cell phones, and laptop computers--may lead to changeable screens that can be painted onto walls and fabric.
Finally, a changeable sculptural piece designed for the space, Untitled..
And the drumming, howls, and more melodious vocals of Dun's music evoked a highly changeable imagery of their own.
Changeable cloudy and mostly dry weatheris expected in Baku on March 20.
The retailer, which has 32 stores, said the performance was encouraging amid signs of faltering consumer confidence and following a period of stock market turbulence and changeable weather.