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“Also above the Ten Commandments is a large American eagle grasping the American flag and an eye inside a pyramid, which is similar to the symbol on the back of the one-dollar bill.”
“It accused South Korean activists and lawmakers of flying balloons carrying hundreds of thousands of leaflets critical of North Korea's government, one-dollar bills, DVDs containing corrupt animation files and other materials on the North's most important national holiday, an apparent reference to leader Kim Jong Il's 69th birthday, which was Feb. 16.”
“I double-fist one-dollar vodka tonics and make idle conversation with my friends.”
“Especially when he discovered that the one-dollar bill was the sum total of the cash I had on me.”
“I slid the soda bottle to the man and handed over the one-dollar bill.”
“There were one-dollar episodes of Charlie Rose, but no Jon Stewart or any other late show.”
“Would you still access your online bank account if your bank started charging, say even a one-dollar fee per transaction?”
“When Ashleigh, the eldest, turned 16 a few years ago, my mother bought her a cute ceramic piggy bank and put 16 crisp, new one-dollar bills in it.”
“After a few minutes, she hands me the latté and I thank her again, profusely, pay her and stuff the tip cup with four one-dollar bills, only slightly less than the cost of the coffee.”
“The first 22-page, full-color issue ships in September and will feature story, art and covers by Lemire, with colors provided by Jose Villarubia (Promethea) and will carry a special cover price of only one-dollar!”
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