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In foreign exchange, a slang term for the premium or discount of a forward exchange rate relative to the current spot rate.
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He comes down on Thursday at the latest, very likely on Wednesday.
I am glad of one thing, that he comes alone; because we shall see the less of him.
I begin to be sorry that he comes at all," said Jane to her sister.
And now they begin to see, and the early life of the country- side comes out--a market cart or two; men in smock-frocks going to their work, pipe in mouth, a whiff of which is no bad smell this bright morning.
And here comes in the stout head waiter, puffing under a tray of hot viands--kidneys and a steak, transparent rashers and poached eggs, buttered toast and muffins, coffee and tea, all smoking hot.
Coachman comes out with his waybill, and puffing a fat cigar which the sportsman has given him.
em a two-oss wan, more like a hearse nor a coach--Regulator-- comes from Oxford.
He imagines that he must have seen it in some hospital or refuge, still, cannot make out why it comes with any special force on his remembrance.
He darts across the road into the boy's path, but the boy is quicker than he, makes a curve, ducks, dives under his hands, comes up half-a-dozen yards beyond him, and scours away again.
When he comes back, he has recovered his composure, except that he contends against an avoidance of the boy, which is so very remarkable that it absorbs the woman's attention.
Jo suddenly comes out of his resignation and excitedly declares, addressing the woman, that he never known about the young lady, that he never heern about it, that he never went fur to hurt her, that he would sooner have hurt his own self, that he'd sooner have had his unfortnet ed chopped off than ever gone a-nigh her, and that she wos wery good to him, she wos.
However, you will be glad to know that everything comes right.