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Quid

A slang term for the British pound. See also: Buck.
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The top 10 institutions engaged in relevant research included the following: National Taiwan University, National Yang-Ming University, Kaohsiung Medical University, Chung Shan Medical University, and National Taiwan University Hospital, fully reflecting the great concerns regarding the association between OC and betel quid chewing shown by institutions in Taiwan area and the prevalence of OC.
Other studies have also suggested that more the frequency and duration of consumption of areca nut products more are the chances of developing OSF.18,19 It has been advocated in a study that it's the daily rate of consumption of betel nut and betel quid which seems to be more substantial in causing OSF than the duration of consumption.2 Whereas another study proposes that the danger of oral cancer is increased by both the daily frequency and duration of consumption of areca nut and its products.20
[8] In a study among people with chewing habits, those who chewed betel quid with tobacco showed an OR 3.19, 95% CI: 0.48-2.13 and tobacco alone (OR 2.89) showed a greater risk than controls.
Animal studies have revealed diabetogenic and obesogenic effects of betel nut.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).8
CashEuroNet, the parent company of Quick Quid and Pounds to Pocket, is to pay out a total of GBP1.7m according to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
For example, a company launching a new product might use Quid to understand market reception to the product's features by searching thousands of blog posts and media reviews, producing a visual mapping of results within a matter of seconds.
In India, the most common forms of smokeless tobacco used are tobacco with lime (khaini), gutka and betel quid.
I am sure if Baron Coe had been given a quid every time he has said the word legacy in the build-up, duration and aftermath of the 2012 Olympics, he could easily have chipped in and helped save the Don Valley Stadium.
Jason: "If you come on a date to my house, I would get to Asda, massive pizza, three quid, bottle of wine for a tenner, that's 13 quid.
A KIDS for a quid scheme on the region's buses has been announced for the half term holidays.
Detailed demographic data, regarding age, gender, marital status, ethnicity, religion, socioeconomic status along with habits, betel quid, tobacco chewing / smoking, alcohol and dietary habits was recorded.