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fiver

Informal
1. (in Britain) a five-pound note
2. (in the US) a five-dollar bill
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If you fiver, he'd his last another Patrick I could write a book about this man, anybody could.
Farmer Andrew Bell and his vet daughter Katy - who delivered the one-in-a-million lamb - named her Fiver.
DUMBARTON 2 INVERNESS 1 SAM WARDROP was delighted his first senior goal clinched Dumbarton's win - as it meant he avoided a fiver fine from manager Stevie Aitken.
Staff and pupils have worked hard over the past few months climbing mountains, doing the fiver challenge and baking for a summer fair.
The Bank said some banks and building societies may continue to accept the old fiver after May 5 - but this is at their own discretion.
The Bank of England said some banks and building societies may continue to accept the old fiver after May 5: people should check their own bank or building society's policy.
It was previously thought that Graham Short had put the fiver - worth up to PS50,000 - into the UK money chain.
NORTH East owners of the newly issued fiver are attempting to rake in thousands by putting rare notes for sale on eBay.
Commenting on the introduction of The New Fiver, the Governor said: The New Fiver commemorates one of the greatest statesmen of all time, Winston Churchill, who remarked that a nation that forgets its past has no future.
The new fiver is printed on polymer and will last at least 2.5 times longer than the current paper notes, the Bank of England announced on Tuesday.
Founded in 1998, the Fiver Children's Foundation is a comprehensive youth development organization that makes a ten-year commitment to children from underserved communities throughout the New York area.