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euro -- as in: 10 euro
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The Da Vinci Code
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  • Twenty million euro, the bishop thought, now gazing out the plane’s window.
  • A few euro.
  • Twenty million euro.
  • A ten-thousand-euro bearer bond drawn on the Vatican Bank.
  • One third of twenty million euro.
  • Ten thousand euro.
  • The price tag of twenty million euro was paltry when compared with the prize of obtaining the Grail, and with the Vatican’s separation payment to Opus Dei, the finances had worked nicely.
  • Bought it for twenty euro from a Taiwanese street vendor in St. Germain des Prés.

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  • Compared to the U.S. dollar, the euro was worth $1.18 when it was introduced in 1999.
  • Upon it’s introduction, the euro inherited the place of the German mark as the second most commonly held reserve currency.

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