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green papers made from trees. Also used to pay for things like bills, food, etc.
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Currency and coin that are guaranteed as legal tender by the government, a regulatory agency or bank.
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1. Anything that serves the three basic purposes of money: medium of exchange; store of value; and unit of account. 2. In modern economies, a currency issued by an agency of government. 3. As an adjec [..]
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Coins or bills used as a way to pay for goods and services.
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mid-13c., "coinage, metal currency," from Old French monoie "money, coin, currency; change" (Modern French monnaie), from Latin moneta "place for coining money, mint; coined m [..]
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chrematophobia
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An asset accepted by general consent as a medium of exchange. It may take, for example, the form of coins or banknotes or units stored on a prepaid electronic chip-card. Short-term deposits with credi [..]
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Money [N] [T] [B] [S]Of uncoined money the first notice we have is in the history of Abraham ( Genesis 13:2 ; 20:16 ; 24:35 ). Next, this word is used in connection with the purchase of the cave of Ma [..]
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An asset accepted by general consent as a medium of exchange. It may be in the form of coins or banknotes or units stored on a prepaid electronic card. Short-term deposits with credit institutions also serve the purpose of money. Money performs three functions, as a unit of account, a means of payment and a store of value.
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Anything that is generally accepted in exchange as payment for goods and services. The emphasis is on "any," because any item or asset can serve as money so long as it is generally accepted [..]
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Cash, currency notes, bank notes, money orders, bankers drafts and current postage stamps, cheques, savings and trading stamps, savings certificates and savings bonds, luncheon vouchers, gift cards, g [..]
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the most common medium of exchange; functions as legal tender; "we tried to collect the money he owed us" wealth reckoned in terms of money; "all his money is in [..]
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Coins, banknotes, traveller’s cheques, postal or money orders, travel tickets, pre-paid vouchers, non-refundable pre-paid entry tickets and debit, credit, payment, pre-payment and/or charge cards.
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coins and paper bank notes
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Of uncoined money the first notice we have is in the history of Abraham (Gen. 13:2; 20:16; 24:35). Next, this word is used in connection with the purchase of the cave of Machpelah (23:16), and again i [..]
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+ Uncointed money.--It is well known that ancient nations that were without a coinage weighed the precious metals, a practice represented on the Egyptian monuments, on which gold and silver are shown [..]
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Use the £ symbol: £75
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Definition Legal tender, cash.
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gelt
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To dream of finding money, denotes small worries, but much happiness. Changes will follow. To pay out money, denotes misfortune. To receive gold, great prosperity and unalloyed pleasures. To lose money, you will experience unhappy hours in the home and affairs will appear gloomy. To count your money and find a deficit, you will be worried in making [..]
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, we all use it. If we're at the store, shopping online or investing in a business we all use money. Whether you like using plastic, prefer shopping online or still like to hold crisp notes in yo [..]
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pl: moneys or: mon·ies [mə-nēz] 1 : an accepted or authorized medium of exchange ;esp : coinage or negotiable paper issued as legal tender by a government 2 a : assets or ...
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From the Latin word "moneta" which originally meaning, "warning."
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The idea of Spiritual supply, objectified.
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Anything that is generally accepted as final payment for goods and services; serves as a medium of exchange, a store of value and a standard of value. Characteristics of money are portability, stability in value, uniformity, durability and acceptance.
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 Our contemporary means of exchange.
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Money serves as a medium of exchange, legal tender, basis for trade and acts as a unit of account and store of value.
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A medium of exchange that allows goods and services to be bought and sold without bartering or using credit. Money often is exchanged as currency.
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Anything widely accepted in exchange for goods and services.
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Money is defined as "a medium of exchange authorized or adopted by a domestic or foreign government as a part of its currency." Cushman v. GC Servs., LP, 2009 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 92863 (S.D. Te [..]
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Anything generally acceptable in exchange. Money serves a number of functions: it is a medium of exchange, it is used as a unit of account, and it can be used as a store of value. In its latter use, i [..]
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(n) the most common medium of exchange; functions as legal tender(n) wealth reckoned in terms of money(n) the official currency issued by a government or national bank
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Shortly after the Gallic invasion, Lucius Furius built a temple to Juno Mone’ta (the Monitress) on the spot where the house of Manlius Capitolnus stood. This spot of the Capitol was selected [..]
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Money means cash, bank and currency notes, cheques, postal and money orders, bankers' drafts, luncheon vouchers, saving stamps and certificates, bonds, current postage stamps, travellers cheques, travel tickets, season tickets and gift tokens belonging to, or the responsibility of, you or your family.
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Prior to the decimalization of UK currency in 1971, a system of pounds, shillings and pence (£.s.d.) was in use: a pound was divided into twenty shillings, and the shilling was divided into twelve pe [..]
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funds
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Money as a social institution and public good Among the conventions of almost every human society of historical record has been the use of money, ...
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An integral part of the classical theory of value and distribution, the classical theory of money emerged largely in response to the issue of the relationship ...
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Refers to the in-game currency; measured in pounds sterling (£).
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Anything that serves as a generally accepted medium of exchan ge, a standard of value, and a means to save or store purchasing power.
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Legal tender; the coin and currency declared by a government as the accepted medium of exchange.
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Anything generally recognized as a medium of exchange.
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Anything that serves as a generally accepted medium of exchange, a standard of value and a means of saving or storing purchasing power. In the United States, currency (the bulk of which is Federal Reserve notes) and coin as well as funds in deposit accounts at depository institutions are examples of money. See more at  U.S. Money.
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The equivalent of collective goods and services. Money takes the form of coins or notes made of polymer paper. It has four functions: as an instrument of exchange, as a measure of value, as a means of [..]
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Synonymous with currency. Our definition is: an agreement within a community to use something as a medium of exchange.
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A means of payment or a measure of value.
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 Includes bank notes, coins and travellers cheques.
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A good that acts as a medium of exchange in transactions. Classically it is said that money acts as a unit of account, a store of value, and a medium of exchange. Most authors find that the first two [..]
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Recommended resources for congregational financial support and financial "best practices."
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lang=en 1600s=1678 |1800s=1843 * '''1678''' — . ''''. *: Simon the witch was of this religion too; for he would have had the Holy Ghost, that he might have got money therewith; and his sentence f [..]
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1. a fictional representation of energy. 2. a transitional medium of exchange representing value. Nation
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Any generally accepted medium of exchange -- that is, anything which is generally acceptable in a particular society as a means of payment or of settling debts arising out of exchanges on credit. Put [..]
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Currency and coin that are guaranteed as legal tender by the government, a regulatory agency or bank.
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