Pund

Pund

A Norwegian unit of weight approximately equivalent to 500 grams.
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'Borrows eighteenpence on Monday, and comes on Tuesday for a shillin' to make it up half-a-crown; calls again on Vensday for another half-crown to make it five shillin's; and goes on, doubling, till he gets it up to a five pund note in no time, like them sums in the 'rithmetic book 'bout the nails in the horse's shoes, Sammy.'
Wbm 14 chari naikwade wasti to pund wasti road rahata tal.
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Caption: Lauren Green, Cassie Kuczmanski, and Kelley Pund accept the Chair's Award for the South Central Indiana Chapter from Ginger White (r).
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Susan Ryeland is the editor of a series of bestselling mystery novels by Alan Conway, whose books are often set in charming English hamlets and feature celebrated crime-solver Atticus Pund. Because the novels are blockbusters, Susan looks the other way whenever Conway acts strangely.
After 72 h, the animals with glucose levels higher than 200 mg/dl were considered as diabetic (Pund et al., 2012; Qazi et al., 2014).
Houlihan Lokey (NYSE:HLI), the global investment bank, has announced that Nathan Pund has joined the firm as a Managing Director in the Consumer, Food, & Retail (CFR) Group, the company said.
Houlihan Lokey (NYSE:HLI), a global investment bank, has said that it has appointed Nathan Pund as a managing director within the firm's Consumer, Food, & Retail (CFR) Group.
The heartfelt PS4.10 (sung as "four pund, ten") recalls the sailors who, forced to put to sea in "floating coffins" as shipowners cut costs, agitated for a better wage.