'money' is 'geld' in dutch
I think that you are wrong.. a mark is not a Dutch coin.. before the euro they payed in gulden.
This will depend on the style Toms that you are looking to purchase. Some Toms retail for $28.95 but they are for children. Other Toms will cost you as much as $99.95 on the Nordstrom website. Please keep in mind, prices will vary based on selected styles.
Dutch money is the Euro now, it used to be the Gulden.
No, because they are a for-profit company.
He put it in the Bank
Being modest is one Dutch custom. It is considered rude to show off how much money that you have, and to go on spending sprees. Eating bread covered with chocolate sprinkles is another Dutch custom.
The Dutch use the Euro
The Dutch East India Co. increased Indian Ocean trade which brought in much money for the Europeans.
The Dutch use the Euro in common with much of mainland Europe in the European Union. From the 17th Century to 2002 they used the guilder, which means "golden."
it only takes 13p to make a pair of toms but we are charged £35.
You can check with a few websites where people make custom TOMS. Although if you buy from there expect to pay about $300... I decided to wait and hope they start manufacturing actual SWS TOMS. Until then you will have to either design your own TOMS to look that way or pay a lot of money for them to be custom designed.
You can't buy Toms at Payless. You can find them at many shoes stores but they might be pricey.
The regular toms cost 43 dollars the glitter ones cost 53 dollars
because as the creator said himself, One for One. it is very inexpensive to make Toms shoes, considering they glue the sole to the bottom, but because they give one pair to Africa, I assume the money goes to paying the plane tickets and storage space.
Yes! When you buy the shoes you get a TOMS sticker and the TOMS flag that you see people taking pictures with (The one about the size of a paper). The flag for sale on the web site for $5 is much bigger.
Royal Dutch Shell made 31.1 Billion in 2011.
"Do you want to make more money?" is in Dutch "Wil je meer geld verdienen?".
Euros € or money in dutch is geld
The Dutch motives were money, gold, and religous freedom.
megakadin: well really toms.com has the real toms and there prices are around30-50 so not that expensive also it depends on the shoe you can only get toms at toms!