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quid

(kwid),
A substance chewed to extract its active substance (for example, tobacco, paan).

quid,

n See pinch.
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Quids in: Seven nights' half-board in a four-star hotel with flights from Gatwick cost pounds 145, travelling on 24 January, through www.
Quids in: Two weeks in Duinrell on 10 May for two adults and three kids costs about pounds 168 each, (including ferry).
Quids in: A four-night break for two in a self-catering studio is about pounds 179 a person, including car ferry, through Perfect Places; call 0870- 366 7562.
The Series A Junior Subordinated QUIDS will be issued in
the QUIDS that is not already included in the trading price.
As previously announced, the requisite consents to the proposed amendments to the QUIDS and the indenture pursuant to which the QUIDS were issued were received prior to 5:00 p.
QUIDS is a service mark of Goldman, Sachs & Co.
The tender offer and consent solicitation for the QUIDS will expire at 5:00 p.
In conjunction with the tender offer, JES is seeking consents to proposed amendments to the QUIDS and the Indenture pursuant to which they were issued.
In addition, because the Convertible QUIDS will not be accounted for under SFAS No.
And so,with the club set to pocket a few quid thanks to the live coverage of next month's CIS Cup quarter-final against Aberdeen,I politely ask the club's owner to consider slashing the prices at the gate.