fiver


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fiver

A five-pound note.
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I can wholeheartedly say that I credit Fiver for my success thus far.
Michael Mercieca, CEO of Young Enterprise, said: "This is the first year of the Fiver Challenge, and seeing what these pupils have achieved with just PS5 is very inspiring.
The company said it was on course to hit its target of 300 such ATMs by the end of March, and is aiming to dispense 20 million fivers to its customers in 2011.
People simply had to approach the sandwich board wearer and ask for a fiver.
Tune in for Real Radio's Fiver Fever, this is one competition you can't afford to miss
ANGEL: So well executed, it was the original April Fool, even I fell for it, I spent my fiver on coffee.
Coast Guard regulations will require the vessel to either carry a captain experienced with the swirling Piscataqua River current or a fiver pilot to guide it in and out safely.
They also sampled water from irrigation ditches and waste-collection lagoons on dairy farms near the fiver.
Solaria, Arc Development's new condominium, will offer the first rooftop observatory and telescope atop a New York residential building, high-end amenities, unparalleled Manhattan skyline and fiver views, and the ultimate stargazing amenity package.
That time before, I had offered him a fiver to back tail revert down the escalator at the deep end of the halfpipe.
My wife found out I'd lost pounds 20 putting a fiver on four horses in the Grand National and she went berserk.