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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of exchanges in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of exchanges in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Examples of exchanges in a Sentence

  1. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock:

    Six years ago, when Detective Leslie Branch-Wise was on my detail, we became friends, and I blurred the lines between being a friend and being a boss. Our text exchanges became too casual, too familiar, and last week I learned, after six years, that they hurt her and offended her ….

  2. Akinwumi Adesina:

    We are working on a united African model, already each of (Africa's) regional economic entities have plans for regional integration. We are integrating stock exchanges from Casablanca to Johannesburg. The walls are coming down faster than people think.

  3. Leslie Vinjamuri:

    This is an opportunity for British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Joe Biden to kind of show a different face than they've showed in the past through their exchanges. And it's the first one, so it matters a lot, leslie Vinjamuri know that... first impression for the public, I think, is really going to be so significant in terms of trying to move past what hasn't been the best for years.

  4. Roy Emerson:

    I'm expecting a battle with Andy Murray on Sunday, as it always is, very physically demanding match. Lots of rallies, exchanges. It's no secret we know how we play against each other.

  5. Richard Gorelick:

    What exactly that means at a certain level - when some of these behaviors have actually gone on on some of these exchanges for many years, allegedly - it's really interesting and it's confusing to market participants, it would have been far better if the rules of the road were clear from the get-go, if regulators of exchanges were very clear as to what the rules meant, and issued guidance on how they could be interpreted, rather than watching people go to jail or not go to jail in order to figure out what the rules are.

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  • intercambiosSpanish
  • பரிமாற்றங்கள்Tamil

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