Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • An obsolete form of poise.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun See poise.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun Plural form of paisa.
  • noun Obsolete form of poise.

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Examples

  • A leading bookie told TOI that the ‘bhav†™ or odds on Sania getting married to Shoaib on April 15 was 25 paise - in other words, for every rupee placed on the wedding taking place, a bettor would get Rs 1.25 paise.

    The Times of India

  • A child could deposit as little as 25 paise into his or her account in the bank.

    Sir « Sunayana’s Blog

  • In the case of onions, prices can be as high as Rs. 7 a kg or as low as 50 paise depending on whether it is lean times or harvesting season.

    Lucky Harvest

  • Less than a week ago, Reliance (the largest CDMA player) introduced the option of choosing between 1 paise per sms (a measly 0.02 cents) or 1 rupee for unlimited SMS per day (2 cents per day).

    2009 December « One Size Fits One

  • In the case of onions, prices can be as high as Rs. 7 a kg or as low as 50 paise depending on whether it is lean times or harvesting season.

    Lucky Harvest

  • In a bank, I could only spend 60 paise of every rupee that I have on infrastructure.

    IDFC Gears Up for Second Growth Wave

  • The rules were changed in 2010 with the government offering a brokerage fee of 35 paise for every retail application and 30 paise for institutional ones.

    India Banks Say No Free Ride to State Firms

  • Less than a week ago, Reliance (the largest CDMA player) introduced the option of choosing between 1 paise per sms (a measly 0.02 cents) or 1 rupee for unlimited SMS per day (2 cents per day).

    Mobile in India – Jumping Ahead to the Future « One Size Fits One

  • The premium for a standard structure policy is 50 or 55 paise per 1,000 rupees of sum assured.

    What if Japan Happened in India?

  • In the case of onions, prices can be as high as Rs. 7 a kg or as low as 50 paise depending on whether it is lean times or harvesting season.

    Lucky Harvest

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