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Greenback

Informal for the U.S. dollar. The term derives from the fact that dollar bills are green; it dates back to the American Civil War. See also: Loonie.
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The dealer said one of the refineries require nearly 75 million dollars to meet its import payment which pushed the green back during the period.
This colourful bird has a jazzy red crown and a green back. You are most likely to see these woodpeckers on the ground probing for ants' nests.
Owners John Langford and Christine Gethin won the WDA Best Welsh Speciality product with their Green Back Bacon.
Still, Wrexham hung on, and with captain Darren Ferguson and new signing Scott Green back in harness in midfield, the Dragons never looked like conceding a second equaliser.
With Green back to full strength, Bell got to shine and the Golden State Warriors needed every little thing he provided on both ends.
Well beaten by Colour Guard on her only start this season, the Acclamation filly has not quite looked up to winning a maiden, although she was still very green back in February.
The Brabazon course's tricky 10th hole was made famous when the late Seve Ballesteros drove the green back in 1978.
Meanwhile, Expert Currency, Fahim Akhtar said that the Pak Rupee was down by 40 paisa against the green back because of the increasing demand of the payments of imports bills in the country.
With Paul Green back to fitness, Trapattoni may chose to pick him instead as he started the first four of Ireland's European qualifiers.
Earlier, off-spinner Paul Griffiths pegged Green back with five for 56 after Gavin Shepherd's 62 got them off to a good start.
Look carefully and you can see the woman householder cleaning the windows of a house in Robsart Street, off Netherfield Road, Everton; LIVERPUDLIANS Rose and Albert Woods show off their hot new wheels in Scarisbrick Road, Norris Green back in the 50s.