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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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Associates Lloyds Insurance Co., Irving, Texas, changed its name to Commercial Guaranty Lloyds Insurance Co.
Results of the logistic regression analysis revealed that first-born infants' risk of dying by age one was the same regardless of whether their mother changed partners before conceiving again; for second-born infants, however, the risk was significantly elevated if different men were involved in the pregnancies (relative risk, 1.8).
In short, the church changes its teachings because the context in which we live changes, and that changed context requires alterations in how the church lives out its permanent tasks.
Staff communicated with one another in a formal way through various committees, but as the committee assignments changed, the staff members changed and the message communicated could change with the messenger.
Other services whose availability changed statistically significant amounts over the five years were new-car loans (a rise of 14 percentage points) and safe deposit boxes (a rise of 7 percentage points).
And only if an organization fully appreciates where and how it has been can people begin to see their obsolete behavior as inappropriate in the context of a changed business environment.
Here, you changed the design of the paper airplane by flipping the tail up.
In the range from 135[degrees] to 177[degrees]C, the behavior of tensile changed. As the temperature increased, so did the tensile.
Louis, changed its name to Essex Dental Benefits Inc.
Scenarios generally include qualitative storylines that describe assumptions about the initial state and the driving forces, events, and actions that lead to future conditions; models that quantify the storyline; outputs that explore possible future outcomes if assumptions are changed; and explicit consideration of uncertainties.
Commentators suggested that the Service provide the same remedy Congress set forth when it changed the annual accounting period rules to provide required tax years for partnerships and S corporations; see Section 806(e) of the Tax Reform Act of 1986.