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He read the lines again and again; he stared at the bank-note.
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In less than ten minutes letter and bank-note were enclosed in a new envelope, and addressed back again to the sender.
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Whatever bank-notes are not convertible into gold and silver, at the will of the holder, become of less value than gold and silver.
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I thought it was a pocket-book at first, full of bank-notes, perhaps,' continued he, laughing.
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But Burne-Jones was silent in the presence of his accusers, for the world of buyers besieged his doors with bank-notes in hand, demanding pictures.
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It contained a folded paper, a quantity of wadding, my purse, my roll of bank-notes, and my watch!
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Dalrymple rose, readily enough, and took a roll of bank-notes from the cash-box. "If you are going," he said, "I may as well hand over the price of that Tilbury.
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Then he took out his wallet, comfortably packed with English and French bank-notes, and a second wave of astonishment rolled over him.
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Karloff placed the packet on the table, first taking off the note, which he carelessly tossed beside the bank-notes.
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These,"-pointing to the bank-notes, "are yours, I believe.
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He thrust the bank-notes carelessly into his coat pocket, and walked slowly toward the hallway.
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Then she expatiated on the arrival of his grandfather, and the awful man, armed with pistol, dirk, and claymore, (the last weapons existed only in Nurse's imagination,) the very Ogre of a fairy tale-then all the circumstances of the carrying off his mother, while bank-notes were flying about the house like screeds of brown paper, and gold guineas were as plenty as chuckie-stanes.
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In this border country the Canadian bank-notes circulate as freely as our own, and British and American coin are jumbled into the same pocket, the effigies of the King of England being made to kiss those of the Goddess of Liberty.
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Hood felt in his own pocket; but he was well aware that a shilling and three-halfpence was all he carried with him-save the bank-note in his pocket-book.
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There were English bank-notes in it for two hundred pounds, a letter from a banker, and other papers.
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Still sobbing very violently, she cocked her ear, and pushed the bank-notes under the pillow.
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A man, an Englishman, apparently, went into a downtown banker's office about three months ago and asked to have some English bank-notes exchanged for American money.
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Twud be Paradise if he was here,' he says, whin, lo an' behold, who shud come acrost th' dimon'-studded beach, wadin' through th' bank-notes that 'd been dropped be th' good farmers iv Shekel Island, but Tom Reed.
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I cannot forget the joy with which I exchanged a bank-note of twenty pounds for the twenty volumes of the Memoirs of the Academy of Inscriptions; nor would it have been easy, by any other expenditure of the same sum, to have procured so large and lasting a fund of rational amusement.
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At times, you may see men, half-mad, throwing sovereigns, like halfpence, out of their pockets into the streets; and I once saw a digger, who was looking over a large quantity of bank-notes, deliberately tear to pieces and trample in the mud under his feet every soiled or ragged one he came to, swearing all the time at the gold-brokers for "giving him dirty paper money for pure Alexander gold; he wouldn't carry dirt in his pocket; not he; thank God!
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Examples of Bank-note

Example #1
His first sensation was one of painful surprise; thereupon succeeded fiery resentment.
Example #2
Her answer came upon him with the force of a shock totally unexpected.
Example #3
With no word of comment; she must interpret him as she could, and would.
Example #4
And for the moment he experienced a great relief.
Example #5
They may afford facilities for its collection and distribution, but they cannot be sources of national income, which must flow from deeper fountains.
Example #6
Similar sentiments he advanced, in 1816, in his speech on the legal currency, and also in 1832, when he said that a disordered currency is one of the greatest of political evils,-fatal to industry, frugality, and economy.