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simoleon

slang One US dollar. Primarily heard in US. Back in my day, a single simoleon would buy you a full meal, and you'd still have change left over! You better start saving your simoleons if you want that hot rod, pal.

simoleon

(sɪˈmoliən)
n. a dollar. (Underworld.) For only one simoleon, you get a ticket to the greatest show on earth.
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Surely, this is not less than 10 simoleons per person?
For 500 simoleons (who said magic was cheap?) you got a box with unknown innards, no clue as to what it actually did, and an endorsement from one of the fraternity that it worked wonders on your rig's sound.
What's new is that so focused an approach is now being taken seriously enough in California for folks to be sinking serious simoleons into planting vineyards with a holistic interest in getting the grape variety in the ground that will develop its fullest flavor maturity at or near the end of the local growing season.
Of course, some of those simoleons were spent in NH, to similarly ineffective results.
It fixes the bill amount to a constant 100 simoleons regardless of any factor which can increase weekly bill.
That excellence has been carved out, interestingly, by hewing for more than two decades to a premise that's fairly simple, and that has nothing to do with chic names, glitzy labels, or millions of simoleons. It is simply that Thompson feels that wine puts its best foot forward when it is in utter harmony and when it goes with food, when all the elements are there to provide a balance of flavors and scents, and that when it is matched with your victuals, it makes life better.
John Breaux (D-La.) opened Breaux Lott, and they've been raking in the simoleons ever since.