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greenback

(ˈgrinbæk)
n. a dollar bill. It’s only ten greenbacks. Anybody can afford that.
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In the intaglio process long used for Uncle Sam's greenbacks, hand-crafted plates that press ink onto paper give each note a distinctive embossed texture.
In 1991 he founded Greenbacks All-a-Dollar, where he served as chairman and chief executive officer and was responsible for growing the company from one to 100 retail stores in 10 states during a 12-year period.
But the closest the Greenbacks came to scoring was a late Blenkinsopp penalty, saved by the Carlton keeper.
But the 36-year-old says he could play to bolster the strikeforce after the Greenbacks failed to score in four successive matches.
In 1991 he founded Greenbacks All-a-Dollar, where he served as CEO and was responsible for growing the company from one to 100 retail stores in 10 states during a 12-year period.
only resulted in the passing around of about $100 million in taxpayer greenbacks promoting itself with parties, catchy slogans and fat contracts to public relations firms.
But the Greenbacks were unlucky not to salvage a draw late on, winger Richard Westley being denied by the woodwork in the closing stages.
The Department of Water and Power has an interesting definition of ``green power'' - the power of your greenbacks to make life comfortable for its self-serving bureaucrats.
Farmer explained that Tullin has decided to part company with the Greenbacks due to family and work commitments.
And maybe the proverbial ``green men'' are the cashiers who handle greenbacks in space bookstores and Roswell-area tourist spots.
February 19, 2004 - Turning Brownfields into Greenbacks
The Greenbacks looked set for a cosy success when they stormed into a 3-1 interval lead against Star of the Midland Alliance, who lie second bottom of their table with just two wins in nine outings.
These results include approximately $12 million of sales from Greenbacks, the 100-store, Salt Lake City based chain that Dollar Tree acquired on June 29, 2003.
Haywood was presented with a club clock by chairman Peter Randle after the Greenbacks recent success over Hitchin Town to mark his dedicated and loyal service to the job.
00 discount variety store chain, announced today that it has completed its planned acquisition of Greenbacks, Inc.