fiver


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fiver

A five-pound note.
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A PENSIONER has told how billionaire Donald Trump pocketed his fiver in return for an autograph.
Fiver commits to each child for a period of ten years, free of charge.
At a fiver a time this could be an unmissable chance to own a tangible bit of Boro history.
PLASTIC bank notes could be on the way as we screw up our fivers and use them as small change.
CASHING IN David Moyes took a fiver off Kevin Keegan
Supported by Virgin Money, the Fiver Challenge is a free, fun and engaging initiative that provides five to 11-yearolds with an opportunity to develop their entrepreneurial and enterprising skills.
So I bought a sound cable for less than a fiver and another very nice Virgin technician came, connected my V+ box to my DVD recorder and converted me to HD.
William Tant, 67, from Dingle, said he planned to spend his fiver on a present for his grand-daughter.
THE first fiver was printed in 1793 to replace the fiveguinea coin and would be worth pounds 336 in today's money.