Whole Dollar

Whole Dollar

Any amount of a currency expressed without using subdivisions of that currency. For example, if one rounds $3.76 to the nearest whole dollar, one arrives at $4.
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However, for the second year in a row, COLA will not be rounded down to the nearest whole dollar.
Also being eyed more closely are indicators of benefit card abuse, including numerous purchases in whole dollar amounts.
A side of steamed white rice set us back a whole dollar.
All natural gas and supplemental gaseous fuels volumes are reported on a physical custody basis in thousand cubic feet (Mcf), and dollar values are reported to the nearest whole dollar.
5 round the first month up to the nearest whole dollar and the second month down to the nearest whole dollar.
Each time, a "taker" had the option to take part of a dollar away from an "owner"-or to let a 15-second timer run out, in which case the whole dollar was automatically transferred from the owner to the taker, but with a 15-cent penalty leaving the owner with nothing and the taker with 85 cents.
Last year she had turned her nose up at the big bottle of perfume he gave her, even though it cost a whole dollar.
41) In Cobbett's words, the American laborer had a whole dollar for his working day and the guarantee of free institutions of government, so his pride and plenty restrained him from any meanness or boobishness of character.
This will be adjusted periodically in whole dollar increments to adjust this cost for inflation.
73 psia at 60 degrees Fahrenheit and dollar values are reported as whole dollar.
64 percent increase in the CPI-U from June 2001 to June 2002, rounded to the nearest whole dollar.