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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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However, the book-conformity requirement need not be satisfied for the short period if the corporation is not required to issue financial statements for it, provided the corporation's financial statements already conform to the requested year or it is concurrently changing its financial accounting year.
Students revealed the implications of changing group members to be (a) that one needed to accept, value, and adapt to new group members, (b) that communication was a key element in a change-based environment and brainstorming, debating, listening, negotiating, collaborating, and compromising were required, (c) that leadership was needed to guide the group through issues that arose due to change, and (d) that change had an impact on available time.
It is somewhat easier to establish direct links between changing climate and the burden of these infectious diseases, where etiology is fairly well established.
"It is far better for the operator to be changing equipment from the cab instead of manually," he says.
(1.) Vatten LJ and Skjaerven R, Effects on pregnancy outcome of changing partner between first two births: prospective population study, British Medical Journal, 2003, 327(7424):1138-1141.
The reality is that changing compensation plans is necessary for a variety of business and strategic reasons.
Time for a Change is specifically about changing careers.
A "big picture" aspect of the changing nature of work has been offered by Stark (1995), a Swedish business and economics professor.
Organizational change is fundamentally about changing individual behavior and group functioning.
Many CEOs talk about "abandoning business as usual," about changing their company's "culture," and about making the changes and improvements needed to compete successfully in the "21st century." However, talk without resolute action is mere words.
Features to permit varying the dimensions of the preform and changing the mold cores, cavities, neck rings and gate inserts should be considered with new tooling acquisitions rather than after the mold has been built.
Changing historical contexts also mean that new perspectives arise that allow the church to better recognize long-standing evils to which earlier church communities had been blind.