You can make 25 cents without using dimes or nickels by using one quarter or twenty-five pennies.
A comparison without using a connection word is called a metaphor. The connection word is like or as.
No. But ways of making and using it changed by time.
Fifty Cent piece, quarter, penny
Any grass including cogon can be pulped using chemicals and once pulp, can be used for making paper without using used paper.
Yes, because you are using sheer willpower to change the paper. Making you the cause of the change.
Change out the furniture, drapes and lamps.
1 dime 3 quarters 1 nickel 5 pennies
You can use 5 dimes, 1 half dollar, 2 quarters, 10 nickels, 1 quarter 2 dimes and 1 nickle, 1 quarter 3 nickels and 1 dime. There are seven ways to make 50 cents without using pennies.
You mean change the line, using PBX system you can change channel from time to time and even making a conference.
Even though you may be able to lose weight by using one of those belts (although I wouldn't trust it), you won't be able to sustain weight loss without making a lifestyle change. Although dieting is part of a lifestyle change, if your daughter really wants to lose weight she should begin a fitness regimen and start making better eating choices.
One quarter, two dimes, two nickels, forty-five pennies.
If there is no password on the iPod when u change it, then yes but nif there already is then no.
It's an increase of 20%... without using a calculator !
Three dimes 30 one-cent coins A quarter and 5 one-cent coins
It is because you are not using any chemical reactions
You can transpose it. Not sure, but there may be devices that can do this. You can change the pitch by using audacity. selecting the audio and then "change pitch."
it changed the American way of life by making life easier. Instead of using making or doing it yourself, machines can do it
Try making heat go down without using any energy.
change from gas to a solid without going through a liquid phase
using a quarter teaspoon of baking soda mixed in 4.oz wateryour body can change the acidity to alchaline.
1 quarter, 2 dimes and 1 nickel, 5 nickels, and 1 dime and 3 nickels.
25¢ It's an ordinary circulation coin struck in Philadelphia. The Philadelphia Mint did not start using the P mint mark on quarters until 1980. Check your change for any other quarters dated before 1980. They'll either have a D for Denver, or a blank.