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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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Many Germans were reluctant to give up the Deutschmark, which symbolised Germany's post-war economic revival.
In all, the combined value of deutschmarks still in circulation as cash amounted to 6.
Pizzas which used to cost nine deutschmarks (pounds 3) now cost nine euros (pounds 6).
Twenty deutschmarks would inoculate a child against all six major killer diseases and 8,000 drachmas would feed one hungry person every day for a week.
Similarly, if you want to go the other way, it will have to be from deutschmarks to euros to francs.
HOLIDAYMAKERS from Nuneaton have helped the town's Mary Ann Evans Hospice by handing over their francs, deutschmarks and pesetas.
With the euro price more prominent, customers do not notice the price in Deutschmarks or Francs in small print has gone up.
The building, at a cost of 25 million Deutschmarks, is programmed for completion by the end of 2001.
The new tenants had lots of paper, but not of the Deutschmarks variety.
Gullible consumers could be tricked in to handing over thousands of pounds for the chance of winning millions - in deutschmarks.
But if you're an average German consumer, you probably don't have a clear idea of what '$200' is worth in deutschmarks.
Brighten up the grey with a cherry red jacquard shirt or a silver stretch polo-neck and you'll feel like a billion deutschmarks.