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quid

Brit a slang word for pound (sterling)
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In addition to the inducement claim, Evans challenged the jury instructions from his trial on the grounds that they did not "properly describe the quid pro quo requirement for conviction if the jury found that the payment was a campaign contribution.
The lower court decisions in this case reflect disagreement as to whether the conduct should be characterized as quid pro quo or hostile work environment harassment.
Although the dividing line between quid pro quo and hostile work environment harassment, based on the existence of a tangible employment action, has been clarified by this modification, it is arguable that the only change is in semantics, and thus it is a distinction without a difference.
Here is a tip, the Logistics and Operational Branches are notorious and very skilled in the quid pro quo game.
14) In effect, Ellerth recasts the old quid pro quo doctrine as tangible employment action doctrine.
Even if economy Pentium costs less than 100 quid, we still have another barrier to the sub 500 quid PC - the screen for instance.
This poem is a rhetorical tour de force with its anaphora of quid curem and the plosive effect of the frequently alliterated "c.
Quid is at the forefront of that movement," says Bob Goodson, Quid Founder.
If you're brazen enough to ask people to give you money for a laugh, at least set the odds at a level where they'll only want to give you a couple of quid.
There was a few quid during the week for Gordon Elliott's Toner D'Oudaries in the Coral Cup at 11/1 or so.
London, Jan 28( ANI ): Tottenham Spurs manager Harry Redknapp has told police during his tax-dodging trial that he would rather give them a hundred grand than nick a few quid off them.
You can walk there in 10 minutes at no cost and by a pint of beer on the way with that couple of quid.