CASLT

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CASLTCanadian Association of Second Language Teachers
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A quarter would more than do it, and leave a few cents over for a treat for you.
Into the lunch room he stalked and deposited twenty cents upon the counter.
The Black Hawk money-lender who held mortgages on Peter's livestock was there, and he bought in the sale notes at about fifty cents on the dollar.
A placard near by announced that they had been reduced in price from two dollars and fifty cents to one dollar and ninety-eight cents; and a young girl who stood behind the counter asked her if she wished to examine their line of silk hosiery.
That Jim Crow there in the window," answered the urchin, holding out a cent, and pointing to the gingerbread figure that had attracted his notice, as he loitered along to school; "the one that has not a broken foot.
Be careful with the butter --twenty cents the pound it was, and mind ye, if-- Come, come, Captain Bildad; stop palavering, --away
It is worth sixteen dollars, that's true; and at two cents the cigar, that's nine hundred and sixty cigars.
There are learned people who can tell you out of the statistics that beef-boners make forty cents an hour, but, perhaps, these people have never looked into a beef-boner's hands.
The Hungarian nobles set free millions of serfs, at an immense pecuniary loss; and, perhaps, among us may be found generous spirits, who do not estimate honor and justice by dollars and cents.
In a week or two now, cents, nickels, dimes, quarters, and half-dollars, and also a trifle of gold, would be trickling in thin but steady streams all through the commercial veins of the kingdom, and I looked to see this new blood freshen up its life.
I sole de hide en taller for a dollar en ten cents.
As to the exact value of the telephone to the United States in dollars and cents, no one can tell.