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fiver

(ˈfɑɪvɚ)
n. a five-dollar bill. (see also tenner.) Give him a fiver, and let’s get outa here.
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But anyone with old fivers is urged not to panic as owners can still pay them into their bank account at any Post Office.
But some said it was a good idea for people to give themselves time to hand in old fivers rather than leaving it until after they have lost their legal tender status.
A spokesman for the Committee of Scottish Clearing Bankers, which represents Bank of Scotland, Clydesdale Bank and Royal Bank of Scotland, said previously: "The paper Scottish fivers are not being withdrawn from circulation, they are just not being reissued.
The Bank of England said some banks and building societies may continue to accept the old fiver after May 5: people should check their own bank or building society's policy.
At first it was thought there were just four of the engraved fivers, but over Easter rumours started that a fifth had been created.
The new plastic fivers were launched last September.
Most of the fivers with several bids fall under one of these categories and previous sales with these characteristics have sold for PS227, PS215, PS196 and PS161.
And plenty of North East good causes have joined in the call, urging supporters to use their new fivers to do some good in the region.
Never in the field of human currency has so much been done by so many to so few helpless fivers.
We expect polymer notes to last at least two-and-a-half times longer than the current generation of fivers and therefore reduce future costs of production.
For example, ninth-grade Fivers take part in an Ethical Decision-Making class in which they learn to identify a moral issue, weigh their options, consider the stakeholders, and reflect on the decision.
The now famous [pounds sterling]5-only cash points launched nationwide last year reached a milestone in February as Bank Machine, the cash machine operator and a division of Cardtronics, announced it has used the machines to add one million fivers into circulation since the start of the year.
Last month, Bank Machine, which operates the ATM, launched the Fight for Fivers campaign with the aim of getting more pounds 5 notes into circulation in the UK.
ANGELA: pounds 1000s could be won so keep your fivers for Fiver Fever.
A cashpoint passing out fivers runs out twice as fast as one spouting tenners, she pointed out.