Pounds definition

Pounds means the lawful currency of the United Kingdom.
Pounds or “£” or “Pounds Sterling”: the lawful currency of the United Kingdom.
Pounds. Pence” and “£” 5 Section 1.28 “Pre-Release Transaction” 5 Section 1.29 “Principal Office” 5 Section 1.30 “Registrar” 5 Section 1.31 “Restricted Securities” 5 Section 1.32 “Restricted ADR(s)”, “Restricted ADS(s)” and “Restricted Shares” 6 Section 1.33 “Securities Act” 6 Section 1.34 “Share Registrar” 6 Section 1.35 “Shares” 6 Section 1.36 “Uncertificated ADS(s)” 6 Section 1.37 “United States” and “U.S.” 6

Examples of Pounds in a sentence

  • All weights must be expressed in tons rounded to the nearest tenth (0.1), 3 Cu. Yd. = 1 Ton, 1 Ton = 2,000 Pounds.

  • Currencies or values in currencies other than Pounds Sterling shall be converted at the relevant valuation point at a rate of exchange that is not likely to result in any material prejudice to the interests of Shareholders or potential Shareholders.

  • Permit Fees for Work-Over Rigs and Special Mobile Equipment Exceeding 650 but not 670 Pounds Per Inch Width of Tire.

  • The guide price for the property is £1,000,000 (One Million Pounds) plus VAT.

  • Also, on 1st Jan 2005, the futures price is Pounds 0.3/$.Assume also that the spot exchange rate turns out to be Pounds 0.6/$ on 1st Feb 2005.


More Definitions of Pounds

Pounds. Pence” and “£” shall refer to the lawful currency of England.
Pounds or “£” or “Pound Sterling” shall mean the lawful money of the United Kingdom.
Pounds or “£” shall mean lawful currency for the time being of the United Kingdom.
Pounds sterling denotes the lawful currency for the time being of the United Kingdom.
Pounds. GBP” or “£” shall mean lawful money of the United Kingdom.
Pounds means the lawful currency for the time being of the United Kingdom.