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interchange

(ĭn-′tĕr-chănj″)
In dispensing drugs, the use of a generic form of the drug in place of the proprietary form.
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What's more the car also boasted leather trim at EUR1,995 and the EUR2,500 Adventurer pack which includes a sliding sunroof, a 6 CD interchanger, 17 inch wheels and various other extras thrown in.
At e28,885 it comes well-equipped with climate control, airbags, numerous electronic stability systems to keep the chassis in check and a fine six-CD interchanger.
The SVE test car came with alloys, heated door mirrors, more colour coding outside, a six-disc CD interchanger, automatic air conditioning and power rear windows on top of the SE's already generous tally.
At this trim level climate control, smart 16 inch alloys and a six-CD interchanger are standard.
Amongst the options are various upgrades to the standard Sony sound systems, in-dash interchanger, MP3 players et cetera.
At e28,885 it comes well equipped with climate control, all the airbags, numerous electronic stability systems to keep the chassis in check and a fine 6 CD interchanger, the Prius is well built, roomy, safe, quite quick, economical and the easiest car in the world to drive.
At this trim level climate control, smart 16 inch alloys and a 6 CD interchanger are standard.
It is laden down with safety gear, has six airbags as standard, a fine CD interchanger, air conditioning (again, standard) and 16 inch alloy wheels.
Contract notice: a7 - drmardche half gate interchangers - main project management (studies, procedures and works)
Two highway interchangers have also been built to ease traffic A third is being built by Sogea-Satom (a subsidiary of Vinci) at a total cost of CFA41.6bn ($70m), co-financed by the West African Development Bank (BOAD), Bank of Africa Niger and the Niger government.