Indirect quote

Indirect quote

For foreign exchange, the number of units of a foreign currency needed to buy one US dollar.

European Terms

In the United States currency market, an exchange rate stated in U.S. dollars per unit of a foreign currency. That is, the act of stating an exchange rate in European terms means stating the dollars needed to buy one unit of that currency. European terms contrasts with direct terms, which state the units of the foreign currency needed to buy one dollar.
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Eni has been present in Mozambique since 2006 and is the operator of Area 4 with a 50% indirect quote, owned through its subsidiary Eni East Africa.
The lead paragraph asserted in an indirect quote that the "majority of American scientists support Iranian peaceful nuclear program.
The word was used in an indirect quote attributed to Bishop in a story on Page B1 Thursday.
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Thus, this indirect quote represents much more than the subadar's envy of the sensuous latitude granted Bland around women who look much like Bland and little like the subadar.
He emphasised that there is a legal channel for petitioners to submit whistleblowing materials face-to-face to the anti-graft authorities, the newspaper said, according to indirect quotes.
A Wall Street Journal correspondent got quite excited at this point and went away and wrote a lengthy piece putting together odds-and-ends from Wikileaks, bits of gossip and a few indirect quotes from oppositionists and disaffected elements of the Ruling Family.
The story was based on indirect quotes from a foreign agent, so must be treated with due care and attention, but it will undoubtedly be pounced upon by those Sky Blue fans, probably the vast majority, who detest the former chairman and blame him for their current plight.
The high and low threat messages for skin cancer prevention among college students were developed with direct and indirect quotes from existing skin cancer-prevention brochures created by the American Cancer Society and the American Academy of Dermatology.
The volume exemplifies his earlier penchant for typographic experimentation and abounds with literary allusions, references, and indirect quotes (frequently from Greek mythology as well as from American and Fenno-Swedish literature), and the poet also resorts to the trick of letting literary figures such as Strindberg be his voice, thereby resorting to an ambiguous play with masks.