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United States Five-dollar Bill - 21st Century Design - Other Features
... Microprinting The redesigned $5 bill features microprinting, which is the engraving of tiny text, on the front of the bill in three areas the words “FIVE DOLLARS” can be found ... On the back of the bill the words “USA FIVE” appear along one edge of the large purple "5" ...
United States Five-dollar Bill
... The United States five-dollar bill or fiver ($5) is a denomination of United States currency ... The current $5 bill features U.S ... All $5 bills issued today are Federal Reserve Notes ...
Omnibus Spending Bill
... An omnibus spending bill is a bill that sets the budget of many departments of the United States government at once ... Every year, Congress must pass bills that appropriate money for all discretionary government spending ... Generally, one bill is passed for each sub-committee of the U.S ...
United States Five-dollar Bill - 21st Century Design - Additional Design Elements
... On the back of the bill, a larger, purple numeral "5" appears in the lower right corner to help those with visual impairments to distinguish the denomination ... Small yellow "05"s are printed to the left of the portrait on the front of the bill and to the right of the Lincoln Memorial vignette on the back ... to prevent photocopying of the bill ...
Bill - Others
... Bill the Goat, mascot of the US Naval Academy Bill the Pony, a pony appearing in The Lord of the Rings novel Bill Ferny, the previous owner of the pony mentioned above Bills, a Congolese youth ... Bill, claymation character from Saturday Night Live ...

Famous quotes containing the word bill:

    All I really want to be is boring. When people talk about me, I’d like them to say, “Carol’s basically a short Bill Bradley.” Or, “Carol’s kind of like Al Gore in a skirt.”
    Carol Moseley-Braun (b. 1947)

    Is a Bill of Rights a security for [religious liberty]? If there were but one sect in America, a Bill of Rights would be a small protection for liberty.... Freedom derives from a multiplicity of sects, which pervade America, and which is the best and only security for religious liberty in any society. For where there is such a variety of sects, there cannot be a majority of any one sect to oppress and persecute the rest.
    James Madison (1751–1836)

    It is my belief that there are “absolutes” in our Bill of Rights, and that they were put there on purpose by men who knew what words meant, and meant their prohibitions to be “absolute.”
    Hugo Black (b. 1922)