1. a United Nations agency to promote trade by increasing the exchange stability of the major currencies
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  • The IMF has given its seal of approval to the government's economic strategy.
  • Myanmar officials have repeatedly asked for more help from the IMF to help the government simplify the country's unwieldy foreign-exchange regime, which involves multiple exchange rates—including an official rate of about six Myanmar kyat per dollar, compared with a street rate of about 800 per dollar. Clinton Encourages Myanmar
  • With the range of firearms commonly used, from long-barreled .22 rimfire to snubby .44 magnum a friend calls his the "flare gun", you get quite a range of outcomes in terms of unburned powder distribution. Making Light: Beating airport chemical detection systems
  • It won't be long before you'll see commercials and ads for ‘miracle’ fuel boosters and other such flimflam promising to help you save fuel and money.
  • This toponymy, dating from medieval times, reappeared spontaneously in southern and eastern Ukrainian towns and cities, such as Kherson, Mykolaiv, and Simferopol that were built in the eighteenth century.
  • Some of the best and the brightest are giving up, rejecting businesses based on flimflams and deceptive marketing. Danny Schechter: Why The Government Can't "Fix" the Crisis
  • In what IMF chief Christine Lagarde called a "game-changing decisions," the eurozone also agreed to extend loan repayments and lower interest rates for Greece, Ireland and Portugal. Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion
  • This programme's success will require a truly national effort," the EU and IMF said in a joint statement, saying it combined the need to stimulate long-term growth, reduce the deficit and restabilise Portugal's banking and finance sector. Reuters: Top News
  • The Prime Minister remains brimful of hope.
  • The team is brimful of confidence after their win last week.
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