toonie


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toonie

, twonie
Canadian informal a Canadian two-dollar coin
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Some students knew quite well that loonie and toonie referred to coins; however, they were confused about which term referred to a one-dollar coin and which to a two-dollar.
Depicted on the toonie is perhaps one of the most famous Canadian wartime photographs, taken by photographer Claude Dettloff.
My doctoral parchment and a toonie will get me a cup of coffee.
Today, children and youth up to age 24 can join for a toonie.
He shook his head, and a minute later gave a toonie to an old Indian who smelled like beer.
Townsend might have been at his erratic worst in the last two matches but now that John Leslie is back to play big brother and make decisions for him, McGeechan reckons Toonie will be okay.
And in their new vid the Toonagers are having a party down on the Toonie Farm with Aisy Waisy.
Moncur was perceived as a toonie rather than a mackem but both quickly became friends because they were true pros who could only play the game one way - with total commitment.
Albion Gardens provides a monthly Toonie Lunch--attendance ranges from 70-85 people who each pay $2, making the mission self-sustaining.
The project had asked Canadian Anglicans to record "Silent Night" and contribute a toonie ($2) each to support the Anglican Military Ordinariate, which ministers to the needs of women and men of the Canadian Forces.
24 h in a d 24 hours in a day 60 s in a m 60 seconds in a minute 7 d in a w 7 days in a week 100 c in a d 100 cents in a dollar 12 m in a y 12 months in a year 25 c in a q 25 cents in a quarter 60 m in an h 60 minutes in an hour 1000 y in a m 1000 years in a millenium 52 w in a y 52 weeks in a year 5 c in a n 5 cents in a nickel 2 d in a t 2 dollars in a toonie 100 y in a c 100 years in a century 10 c in a d 10 cents in a dime
Toonie, derived from the Newcastle United Football Club, called Toon Army by English fans.