The dollar (often represented by the dollar sign $) is the name of the official currency or a banknote of many countries, territories and dependencies, including Australia, Belize, Canada, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Singapore, Taiwan, and the United States. Generically, one dollar is equal to 100 cents.
Other articles related to "dollar":
... Nelson Dollar is a Republican member of the North Carolina General Assembly representing the State's 36th House district ... Dollar's first reelection campaign ... A media and public relations consultant, Dollar has been active with the Boy Scouts, C.L.U.B ...
... The Million Dollar Corporation was a heel stable in the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) from April 1994 to May 1996 and was led and managed by the Million Dollar Man Ted DiBiase ...
... unto the gold standard 'de facto', and both the US dollar and the Canadian dollar diverge from their one-to-one parity with the silver Mexican dollar ...
... In 1865, the one-cent, five-cent, ten-cent, twenty-cent and two dollar coins were released ... It was a decimal coinage that represented fractions of the Spanish dollar unit that was used in British Guiana ... The Spanish dollar unit was slightly greater in value than the US dollar unit ...
... Chronicle, Amlaíb Conung the first Norse king of Dublin was killed in a battle fought at Dollar around 874, when Constantine I was the king of Scotland ... Robert Burns visited Dollar in 1787, staying on the Harviestoun estate ... There he was inspired to write the song "The Banks of Devon" Dollar was the home town of Scottish sinologist James Legge, the translator of The Chinese Classics, who invited Wang Tao to live in Dollar ...
Famous quotes containing the word dollar:
“Any gentleman with the slightest chic will give a girl a fifty dollar bill for the powder room.”
—George Axelrod (1922)
“You like money. You got a great big dollar sign there where most women have a heart.”
—Stanley Kubrick (b. 1928)
“Your Dollar is your only Word,
The wrath of it your only fear.
You build it altars tall enough
To make you see, but your are blind;
You cannot leave it long enough
To look before you or behind.”
—Edwin Arlington Robinson (18691935)