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Convert

To change a convertible security into the underlying security. For example, if one converts a convertible bond for Johnson & Johnson, one exchanges the bond for the agreed-upon number of common shares in Johnson & Johnson. See also: Conversion option, Conversion price.

convert

To exchange one security for a different security. For example, the owner of a convertible bond can choose to submit the bond to the issuer for conversion into a specified number of shares of stock.
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This opened a flurry of successive tries in the 54th minute, which was scored by Akwei and converted by Ominde.In the 64th minute, Ominde extend the lead when he booted a penalty kick.
The CDA report further revealed that the management also converted larger plots into smaller plots of 5 marlas.
Tries from Javan Sebastian and Wales international wing Steff Evans - the first converted - gave the Scarlets hope before Morgan Morris scored the Ospreys' sixth try, again converted.
Similarly, out of 28846 pensioners of AGPR sub-office Lahore, 10316 have been converted to new system which is 27 percent of the total whereas from Peshawar 2947 out of 13474 have been converted to DCS system which is 22 percent.
Moortown hit back with a converted try two minutes before the break to trail 21-13.
So she converted to Islam on her own choice without pressure of any Muslim group or individual.
But a final North Wales try in the corner for Rob Massam, converted by Johnson, completed the result.
In the future, we will be providing a notification on all converted Flash ads.
The girl fled Sudan when she was 8 years old with her mother and lived in France after the latter abandoned her husband who converted to Islam.
One explanation as to why convert offenses commonly fell outside this age range is that at least seven offenders were already over 24-years-old by the time they had converted to Islam.
The second half was one of the home side being in control, but conceding a total of 17 penalties of which the visitors converted three, all while Griffith and Danny Lowe were in the sin bin.
The visitors took the lead through a converted Andy McLean try.