Dollars

Some articles on dollars:

Summer Olympic Coins - 1996 Atlanta Games - Five Dollars
... Engraver Obverse Design Designer Reverse Design 1995 Five Dollars (Gold) Centennial Olympics (Torch Runner) 175,000 West Point, NY (Proof/Uncirculated) Frank Gasparro Runner carrying torch. 1995 Five Dollars (Gold) Centennial Olympics (Stadium) 175,000 West Point, NY (Proof/Uncirculated) Marcel Jovine Picture of the Olympic Stadium. 1996 Five Dollars (Gold) Centennial Olympics (Cauldron) 300,000 West Point, NY (Proof/Uncirculated) Frank Gasparro The lighting of the Olympic flame ...
Around The World With 80 Dollars
... Around the World with 80 Dollars is the second Mandarin album by Hong Kong Cantopop girl group, Twins ... (Around the World with 80 Dollars) won Top 10 Gold Songs at the Hong Kong TVB8 Awards, presented by television station TVB8, in 2006 ...
Lorenzo Robledo
... in the trilogy of films A Fistful of Dollars (1964), For a Few Dollars More, (1965) and the The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in 1966 and in Once Upon a Time ... he is more recognizable is For a Few Dollars More when he plays the character of a cornered enemy of the main evil villain who tortures him and murders his family before killing him ...
Summer Olympic Coins - 1976 Montreal Olympics - Series 6
21 Ten Dollars Field Hockey Shigeo Fukada 1,887,630 $15.75 $17.00 1976 Coin No. 22 Five Dollars Fencing Shigeo Fukada 1,985,257 $8.00 $9.00 1976 Coin No. 23 Ten Dollars Soccer Shigeo Fukada Included in mintage of No ...
Tax Benefits Of Debt
... For example, a firm that earns $100 dollars in profits in the U.S ... would have to pay around $30 dollars in taxes ... then the owners in turn pay taxes on this income, say $20 on the $70 dollars of dividends ...

Famous quotes containing the word dollars:

    Thatcher: Now tell me honestly, my boy. Don’t you think it’s rather unwise to continue this philanthropic enterprise, this Inquirer that’s costing you a million dollars a year?
    Charles Foster Kane: You’re right, Mr. Thatcher. I did lose a million dollars last year. I expect to lose a million dollars next year. You know, Mr. Thatcher, at the rate of a million dollars a year, I’ll have to close this place in sixty years.
    Orson Welles (1915–1985)

    Isn’t it odd that networks accept billions of dollars from advertisers to teach people to use products and then proclaim that children aren’t learning about violence from their steady diet of it on television!
    Toni Liebman (20th century)

    Hollywood’s a place where they’ll pay you a thousand dollars for a kiss, and fifty cents for your soul. I know, because I turned down the first offer often enough and held out for the fifty cents.
    Marilyn Monroe (1926–1962)