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Quid

A slang term for the British pound. See also: Buck.
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It is hoped that Quids Inns will replicate the success of Mr Foster's Roker Hotel at Sunderland.
The redemption price of the Senior QUIDS will be equal to 100% of principal to be redeemed ($25 per unit of Senior QUIDS).
Quids in: A ten-day (seven-night) holiday in June costs pounds 188 a person for a family of two adults and two kids.
Michelle, daughter of Scottish former world boxing champion Jim Watt, said: 'The Quids for Kids initiative is an absolutely fantastic way for us to help spread a little extra cheer this year.
The Quids In cards are produced by Lucky Lotteries and have a top prize of pounds 1000.
The QUIDS are expected to be listed on the NYSE stock exchange.
In accordance with the terms of the exchange offer, today PacifiCorp issued $55,825,925 aggregate principal amount of QUIDS in exchange for such Series 1992 Preferred Stock.
The Company currently has $130 million of the Senior QUIDS outstanding, of which it intends to redeem $55 million on or before December 12, 2002.
The company will also make a cash payment equal to any dividends accruing after August 31, 1995 to the date of issuance of the QUIDS on shares of the $2.
An application to the New York Stock Exchange to list the QUIDS was filed previously.