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LIRA. The name of a foreign coin. In all computations at the custom house, the lira of Sardinia shall be estimated at eighteen cents and six mills. Act of March 22, 1846. The lira of the Lombardo-Venetian Kingdom, and the lira of Tuscany, at sixteen cents. Act of March 22, 1846.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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The General Directorate stressed that the income from the use of road bridges in March 2019 exceeded 37.2 million Turkish liras, and the income from the fees for the use of roads exceeded 119.5 million Turkish liras.
LAHORE -- With a steep fall in the value of Turkish lira in the last two weeks, experts contend that it's after effects may impact the Pakistani economy in the shape of a possible currency devaluation.
Istanbul / NINA / - The value of the Turkish lira has been hit by a sharp new fall despite all measures taken by the Turkish authorities to curb the deterioration in its value.
Seeing only two players on the bench Westmont has been battling injuries and illness with low numbers this season and Fentons style it played 17 players and rotated lineups every minute or two Lira and Fenton felt they would eventually break down Westmont.
In addition, they will receive a monthly salary of at least 3,200 liras ($1,067) and job guarantees for two family members.
Petkim's revenues totaled 49.6 million liras in the first quarter of 2015, according to the report issued by Turkey's Ak Yatirim company.
The case began when siblings Alfonso and Lydia Lira's dog escaped from an open garage door on New Year's Day 2013.
While the credit volume stood at 1.077 trillion Turkish lira ($505 billion) as of June 20, it increased by 13.5 billion Turkish lira ($6.3 billion) in a week, Anadolu news agency reported.
Sales climbed to 15.7 billion liras from 13.6 billion a year ago, while revenue from financial businesses was 61.2 million liras.
If consumers in Turkey use only debit cards and credit cards by 2015, the country will earn 43 billion Turkish Liras ($21.5 billion), according to a report prepared by Mastercard and BoAazici University's Center for Economics and Econometrics."Important steps toward a cashless life have been taken in the world.
A Russian bank borrowing in liras was something you would not imagine a few years ago.'
February 23 2012 (TUR) -- The Istanbul Gold Exchange (IAB) was up 1.49 percent on Thursday as gold traded at 100,600 Turkish liras a kilo, and 1,779.00 USD an ounce.