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In foreign exchange, a slang term for the premium or discount of a forward exchange rate relative to the current spot rate.
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Thanks in part to Cisco's contribution, Bring Me A Book will install new maple wood bookcases filled with high quality, hard cover children's literary classics and newly published books for children throughout the country.
That held them all, then finally the door: Bring them all down
Release and bring both arms back into a neutral position.
For the simple syrup, in a small covered saucepan over medium heat, bring the sugar and water to a boil, reduce the heat, and simmer until the sugar is dissolved, about two minutes.
He'll have the drugs--you give him the money and then you get the drugs and bring them back to me.
It has never been more important to bring students, school communities, and families from diverse communities together to instill mutual respect and friendship.
Bend legs and bring knees in together toward chest.
We were able to bring unusual perspectives to this, because one team member was a biology graduate student who was interested in what happened in the brain during people's transitional experiences, while we architects were interested in relating this to the individual's interactions with spaces and people.
We extracted this thought: The failure of management is largely a failure to bring to it our whole selves, everything we have to give.
Virtualization brings the SAN to functional parity with the Internet or switched telephone network by performing a series of tasks:
Staff from the conference helped bring government and rebel leaders together for talks.
A small number of American diplomats or businessmen who are subject to international assignment and are temporarily reassigned to the United States are also permitted to bring in domestic help on a temporary B-1 visa.