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  • noun Cuban convertible peso

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Examples

  • She said she called CUC's then acting chief financial officer Joanne S. Paraiso to whom she expressed her concerns.

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  • The firm, also called CUC, completed development of the $8 million Union Township Civic Center in 2004, when Geis was administrator.

    Cincinnati.Com - All Local News

  • The dollar was eventually replaced by the CUC, which is pegged at a value of US$1. 08 to one.

    Caribbean Net News Daily Headlines

  • One would think that the minister of infrastructure and development, Arden Mclean, would have asked one of the many advisors before making a public statement that he personally only has 1,000 shares in CUC, which is 1,000 too many.

    Cayman Net News Daily Headlines

  • One would think that the minister of infrastructure and development, Arden Mclean, would have asked one of the many advisors before making a public statement that he personally only has 1,000 shares in CUC, which is 1,000 too many.

    Cayman Net News Daily Headlines

  • The CUC is a non-profit organization composed of 34 member counties representing nearly 80 percent of the population of Texas.

    PegasusNews.com stories

  • The utilities company is asking any customers who continue to experience outages to call CUC's outage hotline at 945-1282.

    Cayman Net News Daily Headlines

  • Speechless, I groped in my pocket and gave him $3 CUC, the equivalent of about $3 U.S.

    Michael Kaye: Close Shaves in Cuba

  • I learned later that a Cuban can eat for the better part of a week on $3 CUC.

    Michael Kaye: Close Shaves in Cuba

  • I learned later that a Cuban can eat for the better part of a week on $3 CUC.

    Michael Kaye: Close Shaves in Cuba

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