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PEN

The ISO 4217 currency code for the Peruvian Nuevo Sol.

PEN

ISO 4217 code for the Peruvian new sol. It was introduced in 1991, replacing the inti, which had replaced the first sol in 1985. It was issued to stem hyperinflation, which had plagued Peru in the late 1980s. Its inflation rate has historically been very low and it developed a reputation as a reliable South American currency.
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The only headache for Jenkins concerns Matthew Watkins and Lee Byrne - both of whom have refused to put pen to paper.
Lawyers for the couple, who announced they were separating last November after 25 months of marriage, were at Los Angeles Superior Court to put pen to paper on details.
CHARLTON captain Luke Young has signed a new four-year contract just 24 hours after striker Darren Bent put pen to paper on his own long-term deal.
He had talks with Warwickshire last weekend and is now expected to put pen to paper on a deal that will see him arrive at Edgbaston as the ninth contracted seam bowler.
Arsenal are desperate for Henry to put pen to paper on a new deal, but so far the Frenchman has snubbed their advances.
But the Plymouth midfielder,who was desperate to return north of the border, has made up his mind and will put pen to paper at East End Park as soon as the transfer window opens on Saturday.
I thought i would put pen to paper after seeing the headline about the alleged assembly pounds 2m council tax shocker.
Veronique Martin, who lives in Epinay, is calling on South Tyneside residents to put pen to paper and write to her.
But Bonser, who jets off for a two-week holiday later today, is hopeful that the 47-year-old will have put pen to paper before then.
CHRIS ARMSTRONG has finally put pen to paper on a two-year contract with Wrexham, returning to the Racecourse Ground after 12 years away.
Palace defender Andy Linigan put pen to paper on a new one-year deal late on Friday and the 38-year-old former Arsenal man played as though he had enjoyed a heavy night of celebrating.
For the past two years, the 17-year-old Newbury Park High School graduate has put pen to paper to express those emotions - 32 pages worth.