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IRC
POSTAGE
FIXED RATE
SOLID GOLD
PAR VALUE
FOREIGN CURRENCY
COUPON
COUPONS
NULL HYPOTHESIS
NORTHERN BANK
STERLING
COMMON STOCK
COINS
VALUE
PAR
LEGAL TENDER
EXCHANGEABLE
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Definitions

  1. CH), both exchangeable, the latter unified by a passage with a third combustion chamber, called the exhaust combustion chamber (ECCH). (Web site)

Notes

  1. Although there were exceptions, at most times and in most areas they were readily exchangeable at par with the notes from sound banks. (Web site)

Irc

  1. As of 2006 an IRC is exchangeable in a UPU member country for the minimum postage of a priority or unregistered airmail letter to a foreign country. (Web site)

Postage

  1. IRCs are exchangeable for postage at a post office. (Web site)

Fixed Rate

  1. The Malian currency is the CFA franc which is exchangeable for French francs at a fixed rate. (Web site)

Solid Gold

  1. If the gold medal was solid gold with the same mass, it would be exchangeable for almost $20,000.

Par Value

  1. It is exchangeable with the UK pound sterling at par value. (Web site)

Foreign Currency

  1. The Riau rupiah was exchangeable as a foreign currency with the Indonesian rupiah.

Coupon

  1. One coupon is exchangeable in any other member country for a stamp or stamps representing the minimum postage on an unregistered air letter. (Web site)

Coupons

  1. Such coupons are exchangeable for U.S. postage as specified in 372.3 b. (Web site)

Null Hypothesis

  1. If the labels are exchangeable under the null hypothesis, then the resulting tests yield exact significance levels. (Web site)

Northern Bank

  1. The reissue began on 14 March 2005 and was scheduled to take one month; old notes remain exchangeable at branches of Northern Bank. (Web site)

Sterling

  1. It consisted of French coins which, in the early 19th century, were exchangeable for sterling at a rate of 26 livres = 1 pound. (Web site)

Common Stock

  1. Bond or preferred stock that may be exchangeable into the common stock of a different public corporation.

Coins

  1. Coins remained exchangeable for euros at branches of the Netherlands Central Bank until 1 January 2007. (Web site)
  2. Coins ceased to be exchangeable for euro on December 31, 2002. (Web site)
  3. These coins are now exchangeable only at a considerable loss, and this exchange is a profit only to brokers and bankers. (Web site)

Value

  1. But though labour be the real measure of the exchangeable value of all commodities, it is not that by which their value is commonly estimated. (Web site)
  2. It was anticipated that after the war ended, coins and paper money would be plentiful in circulation, readily exchangeable with each other at face value. (Web site)

Par

  1. Although Gibraltar notes are denominated in "pounds sterling", they are not legal tender in the UK, but they are exchangeable at par for UK notes at banks. (Web site)
  2. Until 1973, the Malaysian dollar was exchangeable at par with the Singapore and Brunei dollars.
  3. It is exchangeable with the pound sterling at par. (Web site)

Legal Tender

  1. All notes were freely exchangeable with the Mexican dollar or the various other silver coins that were legal tender in the Colony. (Web site)
  2. Peseta notes and coins that were legal tender on December 31, 2001, remain exchangeable indefinitely at any branch of the central bank. (Web site)
  3. The Malagasy franc, which lost almost half its value in 2004, is no longer legal tender but will remain exchangeable at banks until 2009. (Web site)

Exchangeable

  1. Until June 23, 1973, the Malaysian ringgit was exchangeable at par with the Singapore dollar and Brunei dollar. (Web site)
  2. Until June 23, 1973,[ citation needed] the Malaysian dollar was exchangeable at par with the Singapore dollar and Brunei dollar. (Web site)
  3. Irish pound coins and notes ceased to be legal tender on 9 February 2002,[ 9] although they will be exchangeable indefinitely for euro at the Central Bank. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Money > Currency > Dollar > Singapore Dollar
  2. Par
  3. Legal Tender
  4. Economics > Money > Currency > Pound Sterling
  5. Euros
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