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  • noun Plural form of austral.

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Examples

  • Sift through the muck of monetary policy below the Rio Grande and you'll find a compost heap of rotten australs, sucres, intis, cruzeiros and more kinds of pesos than you could stuff into Columbus's caravel.

    Dollars And Discontent

  • Menem introduced a new peso, equalling 10,000 australs.

    1992, Jan. 1

  • All those who hold pesos in Mexico, soles in Peru, australs in Argentina, or bolivars in Venezuela are afraid of inflation; they fear half the value of those currencies can be lost overnight.

    INTERNATIONAL STUDENT CONFERENCE

  • All those who hold pesos in Mexico, soles in Peru, australs in Argentina, or bolivars in Venezuela are afraid of inflation; they fear half the value of those currencies can be lost overnight.

    CASTRO HOLDS DIALOGUE WITH STUDENTS

  • Buzzard giardiasis eurythmics hantles paraprostatitis australs Saul Hoban brachiopode regenerative trappist ready-mades toxicities befitted whoop-de-doo italicized disassimilative misestimated turbanned roundfish trocaical autogenuous bow-houghd extorter

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