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Quid

A slang term for the British pound. See also: Buck.
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As drivers face a steady increase in car insurance premiums, a number of Car Quids' members who have already taken part in campaigns across the UK have expressed how great it is to be able to offset some of their motoring costs.
In keeping with the company's ethos of providing low cost theatre for children, Quids In will be hosting a matinee performance on Wednesday 29th for schools, as well as workshops which expand on the play and explore the Bard in an educational, entertaining and interactive way.
Angie and Quids In have already posted their four double clears for Discovery second rounds in 2010.
Mr Foster said: "With both the Quids Inns and the Tavistock brands, we seem to have hit on formulas that work.
The Quids for Kids event saw a family of four "apes" and their "keeper" mingling with shoppers in July which caused some mayhem but managed to keep little shoppers entertained.
The Quids Inns chains started with the acquisition of Washington Football Club last August.
Quids in: A ten-day (seven-night) holiday in June costs pounds 188 a person for a family of two adults and two kids.
IT'S ready, teddy go for TV presenter Michelle Watt as she bids to boost the Quids for Kids fundraising campaign.
The Quids In cards were stolen at knifepoint, along with vodka and cigarettes, when three teenagers raided Irfan's shop in West Granton Road, Edinburgh, at 8am yesterday.
There was a few quid during the week for Gordon Elliott's Toner D'Oudaries in the Coral Cup at 11/1 or so.
They didn't name any of the lenders that give loans due for repayment when you're next paid, but the first three we found with a Google search were Payday Bank, charging annual interest of 1,355%, Payday UK, which charges 1,737%, and Quick Quid, which typically charges interest of 2,356% to 10,000%.
Of course, your German chanter was one of a kind, signed by the Beatles and as a genuine pop art icon worth a few quid more.