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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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Made of quality PVC fabric, the Goff's curtain room dividers comply with the stringent California State Fire Marshall and NFPA Standards According to the spokesperson, these curtains are also resistant to most chemicals.
Shown here: Made-to-measure sliding room dividers, ideal for creating an office area.
Stained glass has certainly found its place but the majority of creative efforts have been focused on clear glass for walls, room dividers, counter tops, bath/shower enclosures, doors, furniture and even staircases.
DIVIDE AND RULE Large freestanding units can act as room dividers or stand against a wall.
Some of these boards end up as very expensive room dividers when they're bought based on the specs alone.
Now we can choose from period-style column radiators, space-saving slimline and vertical models, corner radiators, stainless steel heated towel rails and even radiators that act as room dividers.
Visitors meander through seven geometric room dividers symbolizing Kleihues' seven architectural virtues: geometry, construction, harmony, perfection, function, utopia and poetry.
Other models are available for use as room dividers or as mid-level security or acoustic partitions.
Multiple units can be used as room dividers and be accessed by workstations on either side.
Other specialty items include floating glass shelves, wet bars, custom glass furniture, mirrored walls and ceilings, room dividers, lanai enclosures and storefronts.
Commissioner, for example, the Tax Court ruled that the following items could be treated as personal property for depreciation purposes: primary and secondary electrical distribution systems, television wiring, telephone equipment, carpeting, vinyl wall and floor coverings, kitchen plumbing connections and exhaust hoods, patient corridor handrails, and accordion-style room dividers.