• a dollar bill
  • ドル紙幣
  • Dollar for dollar, you got your money's worth.
  • 決して損はさせません,満足保証(◆店の宣伝文句)
  • Five hundred dollars is a lot of money.
  • 500ドルは大金だ(◆金額を示す主語は複数形でも動詞は単数呼応)
  • pay in dollars
  • ドルで支払う
  • A total of four weapons (the Trinity gadget, Little Boy, Fat Man, and an unused bomb) were produced by the end of 1945, making the average cost per bomb around $500 million in 1945 dollars.
  • Wikipedia: Manhattan Project
  • After Pratt, only James Earle Fraser's depiction of an Indian in 1913 on the Buffalo nickel would appear until the 2000 arrival of the Sacajawea dollar.
  • Wikipedia: Indian Head gold pieces
  • All five 2012 designs were struck, the first circulation-quality coins struck at San Francisco since 1983 (when Lincoln cents were struck without mint mark), and the first with the S mint mark since the Anthony dollar in 1981 (struck for mint sets only).
  • Wikipedia: Washington quarter
  • All Gobrecht dollar restrikes, when tilted on their axis, depict the reverse eagle flying level, rather than upward as it is depicted on the coins struck during the official production run.
  • Wikipedia: Gobrecht dollar
  • Although the initiative lapsed when she left office in 2005, in 2010, Congress passed the Coin Modernization, Oversight, and Continuity Act, directing the Mint to explore alternatives to the present compositions of the six denominations, from cent to dollar.
  • Wikipedia: Nickel (United States coin)
  • Approximately 69 percent of the population lives below the national poverty line threshold of one dollar per day.
  • Wikipedia: Madagascar
  • Blaine's growing fame brought growing opposition from the Democrats, as well, and during the 1872 campaign he was accused of receiving bribes in the Crédit Mobilier scandal Blaine denied any part in the scandal, which involved railroad companies bribing federal officials to turn a blind eye to fraudulent railroad contracts that overcharged the government by millions of dollars.
  • Wikipedia: James G. Blaine
  • By the time winter brought snow that helped extinguish the last flames, the fires had destroyed 67 structures and caused several million dollars in damage.
  • Wikipedia: Yellowstone National Park
  • By then, the dime, quarter, and half dollar were the only coins being struck which had not received a redesign in the 20th century.
  • Wikipedia: Barber coinage
  • Carrying her sewing machine in one hand and a bag with five dollars in the other, she left Rochester and headed southeast to New York City.
  • Wikipedia: Emma Goldman
  • Circulating Eisenhower dollars contained no precious metal, though some for collectors were struck in 40% silver.
  • Wikipedia: Peace dollar
  • Despite their unpopularity in the United States, the coins proved popular for commerce in El Salvador and Ecuador, nations that use the United States dollar.
  • Wikipedia: Sacagawea dollar
  • Due to billions of dollars of corporate investments, the growth rate was 6% for the 1950s, 5% for the 1960s, and 4% for the 1970s.
  • Wikipedia: History of Puerto Rico
  • Economists estimate the underground economy in the United States to be between one and three trillion dollars annually.
  • Wikipedia: FairTax
  • Franklin half dollars have been extensively melted for their silver, and many dates are rarer than the mintage figures indicate.
  • Wikipedia: Franklin half dollar
  • He went bankrupt in 1990 and sold the corridor for one dollar to his friend Vito Moreno, who also did not pay taxes on it.
  • Wikipedia: Hudson Valley Rail Trail
  • However, due to the high lethality and virulence of H5N1, its endemic presence, and its large and increasing biological host reservoir, the H5N1 virus was the world's pandemic threat in the 2006–07 flu season, and billions of dollars are being raised and spent researching H5N1 and preparing for a potential influenza pandemic.
  • Wikipedia: Influenza
  • In 1867, one of the original 1804 dollars was sold at auction for $750 ($12,471 today).
  • Wikipedia: Draped Bust dollar
  • In 1966, Holly Stevens, Wallace and Elsie's daughter, noted in her edition of her father's letters that Elsie had been the model for Weinman's dime and half dollar.
  • Wikipedia: Mercury dime
  • In 1998, some silver proof pieces were struck to a matte finish for inclusion in a set along with a Robert Kennedy commemorative silver dollar.
  • Wikipedia: Kennedy half dollar
  • In April 2010, he reached a 1 billion dollar settlement with American International Group (AIG), one of four remaining named defendants (along with Marsh & McLennan, Hartford Financial Services and Chubb Corp.), in a 2007 antitrust case regarding business practices between 2001 and 2004.
  • Wikipedia: Richard Cordray