To explain that bad habits are creating a bad financial situation
15000 / 12 = 1250 a month or $288.47 a week or $7.21 a hour maybe...
You should write it as XXX898.70 where XXX is the three letter international currency code. Many countries use "dollar" as their main currency unit and using the symbol $ is ambiguous. Furthermore, many browsers will not support currency symbols so that they appear as garbled text.
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Stays support the mast on a sailing boat running from the mast forward and aft. Shrouds also support the mast and run from the mast to the sides of the boat.
We have an obligation to use American taxpayer dollars as if they were our own
Yes dit can because child support is child support and they have 2 pay millions of dollars for collage so they need money to take care of them selfs
By the ships disappearing below the horizon
who gave milloins of dollars to support universities and medical reachers
10,000,000 dollars. However, it is advisable to use the three-character currency code before the numbers rather than dollars after. This is partly because some browsers do not support all currency symbols and also because many countries have a dollar as their currency unit and there is no way to tell which country's dollars you mean.
XXX 1005000 where XXX is the three-character international code for dollars. The exact value of XXX will depend on which country's dollars. Try not to use currency symbols because many browsers do not support them.
Spar "Spars of all types are used in the rigging of sailing vessels to resist compressive and bending forces, and to provide support for the sails." ~ Wikipedia
Taxpayer dollars support the entire corrections system - so - in that sense - yes, they do.
We have an obligation to use American taxpayer dollars as if they were our own.
No, he did not, and there is no credible evidence to support this myth.
In modern sailboats, the sail is attached to the mast or boom of the sailboat. In older sailing vessels, the sail would be attached to either a mast or a yard.