token money


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token money

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(Banking & Finance) coins of the regular issue having greater face value than the value of their metal content
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Noun1.token money - coins of regular issue whose face value is greater than their intrinsic valuetoken money - coins of regular issue whose face value is greater than their intrinsic value
money - the most common medium of exchange; functions as legal tender; "we tried to collect the money he owed us"
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Parveen Shah said, I am extremely thankful to Abdul Fatah Memorial Trust is helping the students as token money for their financial support.
He said Rs 10 has been fixed as token money for visitors of the toilets and salaries would be paid from the collected money.
Naqeebullah's brother-in-law informed the team that the 'murdered' youth wanted to run a cloth store and had paid Rs110,000 to one Nazak Mir as token money for two shops.
The move from the group is highly expected to yield better results from its flagship token Money Trade Coin that would prove beneficial to its investors.
He added that Malik Mehboob had paid him Rs 30 million as token money and signed a deed borrowing 8 months for the payment of remaining amount.
Sardar Ashiq Gopang said but the ground reality was different, saying that projects are used to be approved against only one or two percent token money.
It would a massive relief to mean that some of the animals' needs could be provided for with the Wish token money.
Stephen, who has played for the Welsh senior team since he was 13, said: "The Wish token money would help us with so many things.
The police said Chander Shekhar, a resident of Kharad area, had got a token money amounting to ` 51 lakh from Brar who had expressed interest to buy a land measuring eight kanal in 2011.
KSE PROPOSES TO EXEMPT BROKERS FROM DEPOSITING TOKEN MONEY
His discussion includes only examples of token money created and sustained by the State.
The imposter acting as Mullah Akhtar Mansur also reportedly got millions of dollars from the NATO authorities as token money to distribute it among Taliban 'renegades' or even high-ups.