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Quid

A slang term for the British pound. See also: Buck.
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6 Past betel quid chewing is associated with new onset diabetes,7 while betel nut consumption has been shown to be associated with increased waist size (in men and women) and increased glucose levels (in women).
Rising incidence in younger population should raise red flags for the public health workers in both government and private sectors to curb this vice of gutka / areca nut / betel quid usage.
Obviamente, la direccion artistica de la revista a cargo de Julio Vanzo fue clave para definir el programa estetico-editorial de Quid Novi?
More than 80 blue-chip companies have become Quid customers since the launch of its web platform in January 2014, including management consulting firms, media agencies, and other leading enterprises.
KEY WORDS: Oral cancer, Oral Squamous cell carcinoma, Tobacco, Betel Quid, Betel quid substitutes.
Quid uses the tagline "Mapping the world's technologies" to describe its efforts, but the company elaborates a bit more: "Quid software is used by decision-makers running companies, NGOs, banks, and funds.
Part I of this Note examines the history of the explicit quid pro quo requirement, including: (1) the passage of the Hobbs Act; (2) the early cases considering extortion under the color of official right; (3) the Supreme Court decisions in McCormick and Evans; and (4) the ways in which the various Circuits have construed the different standards established by these cases.
Also, if a charitable organization (except a governmental unit) receives a quid pro quo donation exceeding $75, the organization must provide a written statement informing the donor that the donation is deductible only to the extent it exceeds the value of goods or services provided by the organization and a good faith estimate of their value.
Traditionally, once the conduct was determined to be based on gender, it then would be categorized as either quid pro quo sexual harassment or hostile work environment.
People typically chew betel as a quid consisting of nut pieces from an Areca catechu palm mixed with powdered lime (calcium hydroxide) and wrapped in the leaf of the pepper plant Piper betle.
Today's quid pro quo sexual harassment cases are often factually similar to those from the past twenty years and still seek to protect the victimized employee.
And the idea that we would have any quid pro quo is really impossible because there's no quid that we're asking for.