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dollar ($)

the domestic currency of the USA. In addition the dollar is used extensively as an INTERNATIONAL RESERVE asset, a key currency in the EUROCURRENCY MARKET and is used to finance the international oil business.

dollar ($)

the domestic CURRENCY of the USA. The dollar also performs various international roles, in particular as an INTERNATIONAL RESERVE asset and as the NUMERAIRE of the international oil trade. See also EUROCURRENCY MARKET.
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It was not with regret, or envy, or any unworthy feeling, however; it was a fair, honest, moral sigh, that had its birth in the thought of how much good a hundred dollars might have done, properly applied.
that'd be six cents on the dollar, sixty cents on ten dollars, six dollars on the hundred, on three hundred eighteen dollars.
That was at the rate of ten and one-half dollars a week, or forty-five a month.
And the high and lofty, heaven-inspired TRANSCONTINENTAL paid five dollars for five thousand words
The right thing to do, and the thing I'd do right now did I know where he is, would be to drop in on occasion and spend a few dollars across his bar for old sake's sake and gratitude.
A month later he paid eight hundred dollars for the adjoining claim.
Full black; dealer in real estate; worth thirty thousand dollars; about forty years old; free six years; paid eighteen hundred dollars for his family; member of the Baptist church; received a legacy from his master, which he has taken good care of, and increased.
His entire business, which was that of cutting out soles for shoe manufacturers, was not at any time worth more than thirty-five thousand dollars.
This four hundred dollars was given by two ladies in Boston.
She wanted an excellent and stylish fit, she told the young fellow who served her, and she did not mind the difference of a dollar or two more in the price so long as she got what she desired.
Sixty thousand dollars, or thereabouts," the young man answered despairingly.
You go around looking for to dig out ten million dollars with a second-hand spade you call buy for sixty-eight cents.