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Escambio
Escambio Es*cam"bi*o, n. [LL. escambium, excambium. See Excamb.] (Eng. Law) A license formerly required for the making over a bill of exchange to another over sea. --Cowell.
Excambion
Excambion Ex*cam"bi*on, Excambium Ex*cam"bi*um, n. [LL. excambium. See Excamb.] (Scots Law) Exchange; barter; -- used commonly of lands.

Meaning of Cambio from wikipedia

- Cambio is the Spanish word for "change", and may refer to: Publications Cambio (magazine), a Colombian political magazine Cambio (newspaper), a Bolivian...
- "Cambio Dolor" (English: "I Trade Pain") is a song by Uruguayan singer Natalia Oreiro, the song was written by Pablo Durand and Fernando López Rossi, “Cambio...
- Nothing in Return (Spanish: A cambio de nada) is a 2015 Spanish drama film directed by Daniel Guzmán. Miguel Herrán - Darío Antonio Bachiller - Luismi...
- Cambio 90 (lit. Change 90, C90), was a Peruvian right-wing political party which entered the political spectrum in early 1990, and throughout the 1990s...
- Cambio (Spanish: Change) was a Colombian based social, political and economics magazine. Founded with the name Cambio 16 it was later sold and renamed...
- Cambio is a Filipino rock group founded in 2003. The band is composed of former Eheads members Raimund Marasigan, Buddy Zabala and Kris Gorra-Dancel with...
- Cambio de Piel may refer to: Cambio de Piel (telenovela), a 1997 Venezuelan telenovela Cambio de Piel (Alejandra Guzmán album), 1996 Cambio de Piel, an...
- Mićić RTS1  Turkey Her Şey Yolunda Tuğba Özay & Yeliz Yeşilmen  Uruguay Cambio de Vida Claudia Fernández & Tamara Venazúz Canal 10  United Kingdom The...
- "Ветер перемен" ("Veter Peremen") and a Spanish version called "Vientos de Cambio". With estimated sales of 14 million copies sold worldwide, "Wind of Change"...
- Cambio was a state-funded newspaper published in La Paz, Bolivia. The newspaper began publication on 22 January 2009. After the resignation of Evo Morales...
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