In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- He designed and engraved the plates for the first paper money in Massachusetts and established the first mill for rolling copper sheets.
- He wants that bucket filled with money - not just money but paper money - after it's passed around the crowd.
- She fumbled out a clump of crumpled paper money and one tarnished coin, and handed them to the clerk at the desk.
- Polymer banknotes don't wear out as fast as paper money, especially in countries with warm, damp climates.
- It's just like paper money, they say, which isn't real or tangible but is backed only by the promises of the government.
- But gold is widely seen as the money that works when paper money doesn't - and inflation erodes the value of money.
- The bar owner would change all the coins into paper money for us.
- Coin collectors do not like nicks and scratches on their coins, and banknote-collectors like their paper money in nice condition.
- Georgie opens up a small sack containing gold and silver coins and paper money.
- We are, it would seem, moving from the age of paper money into an era of electronic money.
- One of the most significant innovations was the bill of exchange, the earliest example of paper money.
- Originally paper money was not regarded as money but merely as a representation of gold.
- Gold also may be helpful during periods of hyperinflation as it can hold its purchasing power much better than paper money during these periods.
- We must abolish paper money in favor of either NO money or currency of any kind or an equitable system of credits.
- The people clapped and smiled, throwing coins and paper money into their cases.
- The states' economies began to experience hyperinflation as state governments printed paper money to meet war expenditures.
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