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Bancor

A proposed global accounting currency on which the currencies of the world would be based. The bancor would have been pegged to gold. John Maynard Keynes and E.F. Schumacher formulated the bancor in advance of the Bretton Woods Conference, but it was never adopted. See also: Special Drawing Rights.
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Proceeds from the Golden Arm Award help to support the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Educational Foundation.
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Unitas says that a successful bid for World Expo 2020 by Dubai would also make communities along "the Emirates Road corridor" more attractive.
As a bridge team, we really enjoyed UNITAS - it was possibly the highlight of our deployment so far.
When you say that name, Johnny Unitas, one of the greatest quarterbacks of all-time, certainly his accomplishments speak for themselves," Brees told Green Bay reporters last week in typically modest fashion.
With 349 yards passing, Unitas broke Sammy Baugh's title game record from 1937, but more than all of the numbers, good and bad, the two late drives engineered by Unitas were what "changed Sundays," in the pretty phrase of Bell's successor, Pete Rozelle.
UNITAS, which means "unity" in Latin, was initiated in August 1960 with ships from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela and the United States.
The NFL made a big mistake,'' said Raymond Berry, the receiver who teamed with Unitas and Moore in the `50s and `60s and is also in the Hall of Fame.
By this time, the game had opened up to take advantage of the streamlined ball, friendly rules, open formations, men in motion, and the appearance of one great passer after another (such as Starr, Unitas, Namath, Staubach, Montana, Marino, and Elway).
sent one aircraft and 23 people to Punta del Este, Uruguay, to participate in Unitas 04.
He got hooked on the game the first time he watched football legend Johnny Unitas play.
But when all of the talents a successful quarterback must have - including judgment, toughness and heart - are thrown together, Unitas was, in the eyes of many, the greatest who ever played the game.