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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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Manzo Glass is also known for its exquisite etched, carved or stained glass, which is used in front entries, room dividers, bath enclosures and more.
According to Country Originals President Doug Williams, buyers in his showroom were attracted to clear glass pieces and the company's rustic room dividers, as well as candle hurricanes and large vases.
The beads allow Newkirk to suggest elements of fashion and interior design (cornrow hair braiding and swank room dividers, equally at home in a swinging bachelor pad and a blaxploitation flick) without ever disavowing the referential impact of the body on such elements.
Partitions: HCA installed accordion-style room dividers that were attached to the ceilings.
Indoors, soft plantings, water, and highly textured masonry give way to granite floors, redwood ceilings, and the lacquered surfaces of half-height room dividers.
Sliding glass room dividers and other doors featuring new patterns inspired by nature, shapes and linear designs allow light transfer with some opacity for privacy, creating the feel of a larger space.
Contract award notice: room dividers - new 4th comprehensive school with gymnasium, sandkaulstr.
The company's Portico range of contemporary room dividers includes highly reflective glass glazed door panels.
There's a huge variety from sleek, slim wall units, floor-to-ceiling shelving through to room dividers, cupboards to fit awkward spaces, not to mention chests and trunks.