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Deutschmark

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the former standard monetary unit of Germany, divided into 100 pfennigs; replaced by the euro in 2002: until 1990 the standard monetary unit of West Germany
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The complicated competition offers recipients the chance to win 10 million deutschmarks - pounds 3 million - from six months of lottery draws.
With a market share of 29% including the Hag and Onko labels and sales of well over 2 billion Deutschmarks, Jacobs Care is the leading roaster in Germany.
Compare this with the 500,000 deutschmark annual income of a top manager and the 60,000 deutschmark income of a foreman in a West German company of similar size.
Carys will be presented with francs, deutschmarks, lira and other euro-zone currencies from Zarlink Semiconductor staff in Caldicot who have been collecting the foreign notes and coins.
Most stores in the Eurozone operate dual pricing, whereby prices are displayed in Deutschmarks and euros.
The secret police also irradiated West German Deutschmarks to see how they circulated, to whom and for what purpose.
For instance, the Stasi marked West German Deutschmarks with large amounts of scandium, a radiation emitter, to see how and to whom they circulated.
7 Deutschmarks for two consecutive months, their rise would be half a per cent higher than inflation.
They aim to open 2,500 new outlets in the next three years, and establish a five-fold increase in turnover to three billion deutschmarks (pounds 900 million).
Clinton explained: "People will buy a stall for around 30 or 40 Deutschmarks - about pounds 10 - then they get a loan to buy goods from Hong Kong or Italy.
This was based on West Ham paying 750,000 Deutschmarks for the player but Banik Ostrava saying they had received only 350,000 Deutschmarks.
Good architecture does not express itself directly in Deutschmarks, but a boss who refuses to spend what is necessary is a bad businessman.