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  • n. The former currency of Ecuador, divided into 100 centavos

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Examples

  • A brioche au sucre is a rich, buttery brioche dough that has coarse sugar sprinkled on top to give it some sweetness and some crunch.

    Baking Bites » Print » L’Atelier Boulanger du Marais

  • The meeting ended with a pledge to begin using the "sucre" - the single currency due to replace the dollar in trade between Alba countries.

    euronews

  • "The sucre will be a vital tool for our people, because it will help us to strengthen sovereign production in order to maintain an economic structure consistent with the reality of each country", he stated.

    IntelliBriefs

  • I was stuffed by the time dessert was brought around, but I still had a few pancakes, and a slice of tarte au sucre, which is custardy maple syrup baked in a crust.

    RutlandHerald.com

  • Members of a leftist bloc of nine Latin American nations said Saturday they plan to use a new currency dubbed the sucre for trade among themselves starting in January.

    Fort Mill Times | FortMillTime.com - HOMEPAGE

  • HAVANA - Members of a leftist bloc of nine Latin American nations said Saturday they plan to use a new currency dubbed the sucre for trade among themselves starting in January.

    Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7

  • The idea is to immediately create a new accounting unit to be called the "sucre" (standing for Unitary System of Regional Compensation and also the name of a historical figure) and move toward adopting it as the legal tender.

    Laura Carlsen: Coping with Crisis, Latin America Bucks the System

  • Leftist Latin American bloc to use virtual currency, not US dollar, for trade among members Leftist LatAm bloc to begin using its own currencyHAVANA - Members of a leftist bloc of nine Latin American nations said Saturday they plan to use a new currency dubbed the "sucre" for trade among themselves starting in January.

    Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7

  • French as 'sucre' and finally in the modern English word 'sugar'.

    The First Perspective

  • The details: At a regional summit last November, Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez called for the creation of an EU-type monetary zone and adoption of the "sucre," a regional currency, to reduce dependence on the dollar.

    Foreign Policy

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