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  • n. Plural form of fiver.


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  • Should stoope: and yet, his radicall fivers burst, 100

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  • The school divided itself forthwith into two factions, calling themselves the "fivers" and

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  • Also known as 'fivers' for their belief that Zayd ibn Ali was the fifth and final leading-Imam of the Muslim community.

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  • "money is money;" and so long as the Federal Government forbears to apply the sponge to its obligations a pocket-book full of these little postage parallelograms is as valuable in degree as a bundle of the crispest "fivers" that Mr. Ferraby or Mr. Gattie ever signed, or as a portemonnaie overflowing with napoleons and gold eagles.

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  • I want Prince Andrew, fivers tumbling out of his back pocket, tricked into attending on the promise that Westminster Abbey has a golf course.

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  • Perfect condition, my dear, said the railwayman, retired from the Somerset and Dorset line when they closed Green Park station, who pocketed my fivers.

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  • To help the spivs see better, as they extract fivers from our wallets?

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  • URMs' pockets are full of old Polo mints, string, roll-up papers, fivers that went through the wash and ingenious-looking tools that double both as a compass and an implement to remove stones from horses' hooves, like the Silva field compass from £13.

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  • Some high fivers celebrate the holiday by setting up a free lemonade stand along a heavily traveled route - say on a college campus.

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  • I trust wrapped up in cotton wool, rather than the uncomfortable-sounding GB souvenir fivers, to keep it warm.



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