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CUP

The ISO 4217 currency code for Cuban Peso.

CUP

ISO 4217 code for the Cuban peso. The peso is one of two official currencies in Cuba, the other being the convertible peso. The CUP has no official value outside of Cuba; to convert CUP, one must first convert it to convertible pesos, which are then exchangeable for other currencies. Most workers receive portions of their salaries in both currencies; they buy basic items like food with CUP and use convertible pesos for luxury goods.

conditional use permit (CUP)

(pronounced “cup”) A permit granted to a property owner to make use of real property in a manner allowed under current zoning regulations, but only in accordance with conditions to be applied by the zoning authority. Houses of worship may be allowed in areas zoned for residential use,but the applicant may be required to obtain a conditional use permit that can be predicated on size, off-street parking availability, indirect nighttime lighting, and other such factors determined on a case-by-case basis. Contrast with variance, in which the property owner is given permission to use the property in a manner inconsistent with current zoning regulations.

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"Whether you add milk or not, drink it weak or strong, what is crucial to a great cup of tea is the blending.
It says that traditionally a cup of tea is made using tea leaves, a pot of hot water and a tea strainer.
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"Having Sharon as my mentor is amazing; she gave me a massive hug and even made me a cup of tea. The whole thing still doesn't feel real to me."
The girls' families would visit at weekends and descend on the family kitchen in search of a reviving cup of tea after the long and often arduous bus journey from Tyneside.
Around 53 percent of respondents to a survey are dependent on a traditional cup of tea to help wake them up in the morning, compared to 35 percent of British respondents who prefer coffee.
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Car drivers using the bridge that day were also treated to a nice cup of tea made by the girls, as part of the event which also celebrated the group's 70th anniversary.