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1. money given or received in return for its equivalent in a larger denomination or in a different currency
2. the balance of money given or received when the amount tendered is larger than the amount due
3. Archaic a place where merchants meet to transact business; an exchange
4. Astronomy the transition from one phase of the moon to the next
5. the order in which a peal of bells may be rung
6. Sport short for changeover

change

see SOCIAL CHANGE.

change

In building construction, an authorized alteration or deviation from the design or scope of work as originally defined by the contract documents.
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Without loss of generality, we suppose that [mathematical expression not reproducible] keep changeless.
The research on dynamic pricing started late in China, where ticket price has traditionally remained changeless over decades.
I cannot look at the body and parts of any animal without perceiving that the proportions and rhythm and ordering all make for a harmonious unity; nor can I find any source for these qualities except in the sovereign proportion and rhythm and order which have their being in the changeless eternal majesty of God.
To the human eye the world of stars is all peace and serenity, almost changeless, far beyond our ability to improve, destroy, or alter in any way.
The scene appears timeless, changeless. But it isn't, as I discovered the night before.
In this model evolution proceeds from the changeless to everything, including mind, in the present time-space material universe.
To enjoy and to immerse oneself in aesthetic beauty, to contemplate the greater patterns of human history, to meditate upon the timeless questions that define us as human beings, is not only to live that life that Aristotle defined as the happiest but to proceed, if slowly and tentatively, up Plato's rising path toward those eternal, changeless Forms that Augustine located in the mind of God.
Even the Moon is restfully monochrome and reassuringly changeless.
Sankara, the philosopher sage of India, says: "All means of knowledge exist only as dependent on self-experience, and since such experience is its own proof, there is no necessity for proving the existence of Self....The Self cannot be proved since it is the basis of all proof and is established prior to all proof" The Self - the changeless and imperishable Reality - is spiritual; everything else is material - changing and perishable.
David rubbed the solid, changeless surface of the baseball with his left hand, the taut leather like skin under his fingertips.
"With that answer," he writes, "everything else that I needed to know about life fell into place Realizing that I was timeless and changeless gave me a place to stand and a kind of leverage." Since that day, about thirty-three years ago, the author has made it his life's work to share what he learned with the world.
Rejecting both narratives of unceasing, changeless persecution as well as the national unity discourse that sees the period of Nasser as a liberal golden age in which Christians and Muslims lived together in perfect concord, he instead describes Egyptian liberalism as responding to the crisis of modernity through a focus on Islam as the problem (which then gave rise in reaction to the Muslim Brotherhood's insistence that "Islam is the solution" in their most prominent slogan).