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South America’s largest country and the fifth largest country in the world, Brazil has a total land area of 3,287,597 sq mi and has a total population of approximately 191,241,714. Brazil was a former Portuguese colony and gained in independence in 1822.
Hello, I did just that! When you marry a Brazilian you must either do one of two things:1.st Apply for permentent residence status for your partner and that can take 6-8 months this must be done in brazil. via the embassy. once the residency papers have been complteted and you have them, your partne…
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get in touch with the INS, it is not an overnight citizenship but it will be granted. She can visit Brazil but she must first notify the INS before leaving the US.
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Rio bay holds many illusions. Rio is a natural wonder because there are so many ways to look at the harbor and see different things. Some of the first explorers thought it looked like the mouth of some giant river! The giant mountains by it help deceive your eyes to make it seem like a lake. Whe…
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you can apply for a permanent visa. so, you can enter in Brazil withou paying for a visa everytime you come to Brazil. (Lucia - attorney - Lucia.advogada@terra.com.br)
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In 1891, the Morgan Dollar was the type of silver dollar minted. It was produced at 4 mints: Philadelphia, Carson City, New Orleans and San Francisco. Here are the prices according to USA Coin Book as of 09/2010. Philadelphia (no mint mark): In good condition, this coin is worth about $19 up to $70 …
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Toronto, ON (YTO) to Rome (ROM) Shortest Flight Duration 8 hours 30 mins
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nib 375.00 exc 300.00 vg 250.00 good 200.00 fair 150.00 poor 100.00
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Essentially, Brazil tried to maintain a neutral stance during the first years of the War. Given the strong immigration from German, Japanese and Italian nationals to Brazil during late 1800's in some areas the population was supportive to the Axis.However, after the sinking of several Brazilian merc…
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It really depends upon the condition. You can get a coin book which will give you a ballpark estimate or go to a coin shop. Or go to online coin buy/sell sites. If it is a copper-nickel clad circulation strike, it's worth a dollar. If it has an "S" mintmark and is mint-sealed in mylar with a blue …
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Answer the child and your self need to go to immagrastion and get citizenship in brazil for the child.
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It's not silver, no SBA dollar was struck in silver. The coin is still in circulation and only a dollar.
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Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, the 1880 Morgan dollar is common. The retail values are $23.00-$33.00 depending on condition. Values are a market average and only for coins in collectible condition, coins that are bent, corroded, scratched, used as jewelery or have been cleaned …
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Snacks for Santa I used to leave cookies, and now I instruct my daughter to do the same. Santa isn't picky, he's usually happy with whatever you choose to leave out.
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None of the Bicentennial coins regardless of denomination or mintmark struck for general circulation have more than face value. Only proof and uncirculated collectors coins sold from the Mint have premiums
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The same reason American or Canadian women have big butts. I've seen some very beautiful Brazilian women. Westernized countries are so use to seeing "twiggy" figures or slim women that they don't realize the average woman is more, shall we say, "rounded and robust" at times   This is correct.…
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Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, the 1880 Morgan dollar is common. The retail values are $17.00-$26.00 depending on condition. Values are a market average and only for coins in collectible condition, coins that are bent, corroded, scratched, used as jewelery or have been cleaned …
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One dollar. Unless it is older than 1900 you won't get more than twenty dollars for a silver dollar. For example a 1972 silver dollar is worth $3-10 circulated. Unless it isn't circulated it is most likely worth $1.
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Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, the 1888 Morgan dollar is a common date of the series. For an accurate assessment of value the coin needs to be seen and graded. Most Morgan dollars of this date have seen heavy use and show a lot of wear. In general retail values for low grade co…
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In Brazil they use dollars and cents
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Brazil was discovered on the exact day of April 22nd, 1500, by a Portuguese colonizer called Pedro Alvares Cabral. The first sight of land for him was a mountain, which he named "Monte Pascoal" or "Paschal Mountain", because it was Easter on that specific day. The natives here were called "Indians" …
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Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, the 1890 Morgan dollar is a common date of the series. For an accurate assessment of value the coin needs to be seen and graded. Most coins of this type have seen heavy use and show a lot of wear. In general retail values for low grade coins are $…
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Coffee beans grow on trees 4.6 to 6 meters high at maturity. Coffee trees make up the genus Coffea of the family Rubiaceae. Arabian coffee is classified as Coffea arabica, robusta coffee as Coffea canephora, and Liberian coffee as Coffea liberica. Coffee is thought to have originated in Ethiopia an…
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A great number... Estimates say we have about 51,000 pharmacies in Brazil nowadays. The pharmacist business sells about 7,775 billion dollars (about 14 billions Reais, the local currency) a year in Brazil
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Brazil is a Federal Republic.
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well the economy is pretty good because Brazil is a main exporter of coffee all around the world. brazilains gett hired for jobs and get money. BUGSS AREE HARDCOREEE especaially in brazil. :D YOU SHOULD GETT A JOB And MAKE THE ECONOMY RATEE HIGHER! welll anywho goodbyewell the economy is pretty good…
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Traditional Economy
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Portugal gained control of Brazil through the Treaty of Tordesillas. The Portuguese, along with help from native Brazilians, were able to keep out French and Dutch invaders.
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Answer $750 retail if well-worn, about $4500 if almost uncirculated. If you actually have such a coin you'll need to have it appraised to make sure it isn't a copy or outright counterfeit, because there are many such pieces. The Far East is a particularly notorious source of counterfeit …
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Of course!!So much that can´t be told here.The main exports from Brazil are ethanol, sugar, coffee, cocoa, shoes, leather, wheat, apples, bananas, stem cell researchers, IT professionals and soccer players :) .
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Well, it particularly depends in which state or city you want to buy. Secondly, the price also varies if you want to buy productive land, commercial land or land for a house. Moreover, the land near coastal areas facing beach would be dearer as compared to land outside the main city.
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The value of 10000 dez mil cruzieros is around twenty United States dollars. There are many web sites where information can be found about conversion to not only United States dollars but other international currencies.
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Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, the 1889 Morgan dollar is a common date of the series. For an accurate assessment of value the coin needs to be seen and graded. Circulated coins are $38.00-$44.00.
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They are called favelas because it comes from the flower "favela" because where the favela's are built (on hills and mountains) there would be a large amount of them growing where the shanty towns are.
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The leader of Brazil is the President of Brazil, currently Dilma Vana Rousseff. She was elected in early 2011. The President of Brazil is both the head of state and head of the government.
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Answer it is one of the 7 natural wonders of the world
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Rainbow in Portuguese The word for rainbow in Portuguese is 'arco-íris'. Also, "prism," as is meant in English, is translated as "prisma," p.ex. "prisma de cristal."
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and dropping... About 38 cents.
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It's hard to answer this question... each people that goes to Brazil enjoy different kind of things, and go there with different kind of purpose. Tourists may be attracted by touristic points of interest. The most famous one is located in Rio de Janeiro and has been chosen as one of the Seven New W…
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5,050000 in 2008. Source: Brazilian Central Bank http://www.cet.unb.br/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=823&Itemid=1
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Most part of African and Portuguese, actually Brazil has the largest black population out side of Africa. more than the united states. there is no such thing as people in America. What does a migrant farm worker from Mexico or an afro samba dancer from Brazil have anything to do with Augustus Caesa…
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In the late 16th and early 17th centuries, the Portuguese colony of modern Brazil was divided into captaincies, royal captaincies, and provinces. In 1822, with independence, Brazil became an empire, and all captaincies were converted into provinces. When Brazil became a republic in 1889 all province…
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The current life expectancy in Brazil is 73 years of age. This is an nearly 20 year improvement since 1960.
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You can google your question to find more. If you want to know some informations (geografical, historical, and economical informations) about Brazil, you can take a look here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brazil it's from wikipedia.
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A dollar. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Pfft! Not a dollar! Boy, people are not putting effort in wikianswers these days! A dollar in the 1800s could buy what $33.33 buys today. :) Hoped I helped.
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cristo redentor is located in rio de janero on corcovado mountain. Hope This Helps!
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You would type in the coordinates -11.0, -51.0 on either Bing Maps, Google Maps, or Google Earth. However, the Xingu river at 11.0°S is near 41°W, not 51°W. The Liberdade, aka the Jurua, is way over at 65°W. You may be thinking of two similarly named rivers.
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The average flight time is 8 hours. This is only an approximation and flight times are likely to vary. Your airline will provide you with a flight time when you book a flight.
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depends where, most countries about 4% but in Canada about 40%
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In South America, on the Atlantic side.Brazil is located South America. It's the biggest country in this continent. It's in the Atlantic Ocean side of the continent. And it borders all the other countries in South America, except for Equador and Chile.America (South)South America is the continent o…
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Good question (am looking into this myself). You can fly from Sydney to Santiago Chile (Via Auckland) with Qantas. From there you can fly to Sao Paulo with a South American carrier (i.e. tam.com.br). This seems to be a lot cheaper & quicker than flying via the EU or US (would expect 36+ hrs). …
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The Capital city of Brasil is Brasilia.
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Brazil is located South America. It's the biggest country in this continent. It's in the Atlantic Ocean side of the continent. And it borders all the other countries in South America, except for Equador and Chile.America (South)
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One dollar.
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Rio de Janerio's current population is about 6.2 million.
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It's hard to say. Every country has an Embassy, so Almost every country have Brazilian embassadors. There are lot's of them, if you could be more expecific about which country you want to know who's the Brazilian embassador, or which organization
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The 1971 Silver dollar is worth about $10 depending on its condition as there was a Uncirculated coin in a Blue envelope and a Proof coin in a Brown box. Both coins contain 40% Silver so as the price of Silver fluctuates so dose the coins value. Unlike a 1971 Clad dollar that was produced for genera…
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Brazilian's original native, before the portuguese people come, were indigenous tribes
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The 1899 Morgan dollar is a better date of the series, a coin with average wear has a retail value of $100.00 to $150.00, better coins are $175.00 to $250.00
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Brazilians speak Portuguese, which is the official language of Brazil.They speak a dialect of Portuguese. Brazilian Portuguese.Portuguese
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the answer is Rio de janeiro
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None of the 1973 issue Eisenhower dollars were released for circulation. But more information is needed such as mintmarks (if any) and if the coin is proof or uncirculated, clad or 40% silver. Please post new question.
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Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, the 1898 Morgan is a more common date coin. For an accurate assessment of value the coin needs to be seen and graded. Most coins of this type have seen heavy use and show a lot of wear. In general retail values as of 6-16-12 for circulated coins a…
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Most people dont speak english. But it makes no sense Brazil was founded by Portugal, and as such has the national language of Portugese. What percentage speak Spanish is a hard thing to research for English speaking people. But there must be a strong percentage since almost every country that boa…
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The Vatican The Vatican in Rome is actually a country in itself making it the smallest in the world. Among the given Argentina is smallest
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It depends. Does it say "exchangeable in gold" on it? Its odd because before 1933 gold was the basis of the economy, but now you can't just go in and trade a dollar for gold. This means that the value of our dollar is now regulated by how much of it is in circulation. So, if some dollar bills get …
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According to the CIA official figure, the population of Brazil in August 2000 (the last official census) was 169,872,855. The current estimate for July 2010 is 198,739,269. Brazil ranks fifth in population in the world. Forty-one percent of the total population of Brazil live in the states of Rio de…
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Please check again and post a new question. The US didn't mint any $1 coins from 1936 to 1970 inclusive.
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A reserch made by FORBES institute, a institute that calculates the biggests personal fortunes in Brazil, indicates that: Joseph & Moise Safra with 7.4 bilhões de dolares, is the richest person in Brazil. He is a banker owner of the Safra bank. In the World, he is the 69th richer person. But …
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Direct flight times are typically between 11h 35min to 11h 50m
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Brazil was founded in 1500 by Pedro Cabral.
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The harbor of Rio de Janeiro is a bay that stretches 20 miles inland. It is located in Brazil, South America and is surrounded by mountains. The locals call the bay Guanabara Bay.
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The same way you do with any other woman. It may also depend on they're religions, as any woman in the world, like catolic, Jewish (etc) people have different kinds of cerimony. As Brazil is the biggest Catolic country in the world, there's a good possibility that the woman is catolic, so the cerim…
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a democracy
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Mardi Gras in New Orleans is a festival where the city enjoys showing off its rich cultural past. The parades are held in both the city proper, and the suburbs. The parades are usually named after Ancient Greek and Roman Gods, Godesses, and other iconic figures and places from that time. The main di…
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They're worth face value.
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Assuming the coin is circulated, still in collectible condition and has no mintmark, the 1889 Morgan dollar is a high mintage common date coin. Average retail values as of 8-30-11 are $38.00-$44.00 depending on the grade of the coin.
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Rio carnival 2010 officially starts at midnight on Friday 13th February and finishes at midnight on Tuesday 17th Feb. The parades of the biggest samba schools are on the Sunday and Monday nights. There is also a huge street carnival going on all over Rio at the same time. You can find out more abo…
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Yes Brazil does have a mixed economy. It relies on both public and private economic sources to achieve its economic goals.
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Brazil does have a market economy have a blessed day
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Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, the 1934 Peace dollar is a better date of the series. For an accurate assessment of value the coin needs to be seen and graded. Most coins of this type have seen heavy use and show a lot of wear. In general retail values for low grade coins are $2…
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Your 1922 Liberty dollar is actually a 1922 PEACE dollar, this series of coins were made from 1921 to 1928 & 1934 to 1935. The 1922 date is the most common and assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark ,retail values are $16.00-$20.00 depending on how much wear the coin shows.
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Answer Brazilian currency is the: Real The value of 1 Dollar is, now, about 1,68 Reais ("Reais" is the plural form for "Real")
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Technically yes because they are in latin America and they speak a latin language which is portuguese. Answer: Yes and No. Because in the United States, Latino is equal to Hispanic, which means Spanish speakers. Brazilians do not speak spanish. They speak Portuguese making them Lusophone, not Hispan…
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Sugar like for beer and alchol and stuff From Amanda .and isabel Hernandez
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The dollar will increase by 1.65 percent in the years 2013 through 2019. The calculations are according to the OMB and CBO inflation estimation rates.
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the tiger's and the lions make it better for the different people to live there in the rain forest, So they can have party's with the snakes.
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Brazil is the largest country in South America and the only Portuguese-speaking country on that continent. It is the fifth largest country by geographical area, occupying nearly half of South America and the fifth most populous country in the world. Brazil also has good soccer players.
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The Hindenburg's complete flight schedule is available at Airships.net (link below) I don't know exactly but they were both put into passenger service and were probablly in flying somewhere in the altantic as the Hindenburg and graf zep covered over one milion miles without incident not bad for a s…
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no. the official language of Brazil is Portuguese because the country was first conquered by the country of Portugal in 1654.
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Brazil's primary language is Portuguese,.
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Not isn´t .Central America , Caribe , Asia (The Tiges)
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If you look it up you can find itHere is a link- http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/f/fc/Olympic_flag_transparent.svg/800px-Olympic_flag_transparent.svg.png
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Brazil is a former colony of Portugal and its official language is Portuguese. Because the rest of South America is largely Spanish peaking, Spanish is also known in Brazil.Portuguese
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Answer At its widest point, 2,680 miles (measured at about 7o 30' S latitude). It's the 5th bigger country in the planet, with more than 8,5 millions of Km²
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Economical informations taken from Wikipedia-english Brazil is the largest national economy in Latin America, the world's tenth largest economy at market exchange rates[15][217] and the ninth largest in purchasing power parity (PPP),[15][218] according to the International Monetary Fund and the Wo…
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Check that coin again. There were no US silver dollars minted after 1935.
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