American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. An electric guitar consisting of a long fretted neck and six to eight steel strings that are plucked while being pressed with a movable steel bar. Also called steel guitar.
“To add insult to injury, the signup page defaults to a licence GBP50 more expensive than the one needed.”
“Monday said it intends to raise GBP50 million to drive its expansion in an initial public offering on London's junior Alternative Investment Market.”
“Operating profit was up 43.1% to GBP50. 3m, driven by a 4.5% rise in turnover to GBP886. 2m.”
“Health-care information technology company EMIS Group Ltd. also said Monday it is planning to raise GBP50 million in an IPO on London's junior Alternative Investment Market.”
“It should also be noted that the tour organizers are not specifically seeking female cyclists to fill this role (which pays GBP50, or about US$75 a day!) - suggesting instead that it might be suitable for aspiring models or actresses.”
“GBP50 million of cost savings through efficiency initiatives in head office administration and in-store processes.”
“- GBP200 million 4 year cost saving programme on track, delivering GBP50 million reduction in the year.”
“In Asia, total funds under management exceed GBP50 billion for the first time and closed the quarter at GBP50.3 billion.”
“Vodafone users with a GBP25 monthly plan or lower can get the Sure Signal for GBP120 and those pay more monthly can get it for just GBP50.”
“It said its pretax loss in the three months to Dec. 31 narrowed to GBP50 million from GBP122 million in the same period a year ago.”
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