ariary


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a·ri·a·ry

 (ä′rē-ä′rē)
n. pl. a·ri·a·ries
See Table at currency.

[Malagasy, from Arabic al-riyāl : al-, the + riyāl, silver coin, any of various units of currency used in the Middle East (from Spanish real, real; see real2).]

ariary

(ˈærɪˌærɪ)
n
the standard unit of currency of Madagascar
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A micro-credit scheme called Credimadio lends 14,000 ariary (around $6) with favourable repayment terms in three instalments.
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Out/of/pocket costs for caesarean sections and neonatal care at CME/CHUM * Caesarean sections (n=103) Mean costs Madagascan % of Range Ariary US$ total (US$) Drugs, medical supplies 155,236 86 62.