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  • n. Plural form of hryvnia.

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Examples

  • Mr. Danylyshyn is accused of causing damage to the state of 13.9 million hryvnias ($1.8 million) through over-priced state purchases.

    Ally of Ukraine's Ex-Premier Arrested

  • For 150 Ukrainian hryvnias or about $18, locals can guarantee themselves an evening of good conversation and revelry by hiring a drinking buddy, the AFP is reporting.

    Kind Fairy: Ukraine Drinking Buddies For Hire

  • At the embankment, I hired a boat for 450 hryvnias [approx. $56] and, for 100 hryvnias [$12.50], two midshipmen of the Russian Navy, who promised to show us all the Russian ships, including the fleet's flagship cruiser Moskva, which is currently laid up at a floating dock.

    Ukraine: Bureaucracy and Incompetence at Defense Ministry

  • The hryvnia is approaching this year's low at almost nine hryvnias to the dollar, after what the Ministry of Finance called "panic and speculation" coincided with a high burden of foreign-debt repayments for companies in August.

    Political Rivalries Put Ukraine's Economy at Risk

  • Judge Rodion Kireyev, in a lengthy statement to the court in which he was expected also to deliver sentence, said the opposition leader's actions while she was prime minister had led to a loss for Naftogaz of 1.5 billion hryvnias $188 million.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • The purchases had caused a loss to the state of 67 million hryvnias about $8.4 million, the statement said.

    Reuters: Top News

  • Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko estimates losses from floods in these regions will be more than 4 billion hryvnias ($1 = UAH 4.85).

    WN.com - Photown News

  • We plan to pay 5.1 billion hryvnias [$637.6 million] for gas

    RIA Novosti

  • Kolesnikov said the government had issued 550 million hryvnias ($69 million) for Euro 2012 needs during the past 20 days and wanted to issue a total of 26 billion hryvnias ($3.3 billion) from the 2010 state budget to help modernise stadiums, develop airport infrastructure and build roads.

    Latest News - Yahoo!7 News

  • Ukraine president Viktor Yanukovych has said that the country's preparations to host Euro 2012 require at least 30 billion Ukrainian hryvnias ($3.8 billion) this year.

    www.kyivpost.com

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