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Двадцать долларов (фильм)

"Двадцать долларов" - кинофильм, снятый по повести О. Генри "Рассказ грязной десятки", с тем отличием от неё, что действие фильма перенесено в 1990-е годы.

За пригоршню долларов

"За пригоршню долларов" - классический художественный фильм Серджо Леоне, первый "спагетти-вестерн" из "долларовой трилогии". Главную роль исполняет Клинт Иствуд.

Отель "Миллион долларов"

Повествование ведётся от лица обитателя отеля "Миллион долларов" Тома Джереми Дэвис, где проживают страдающие психическими расстройствами, не представляющие опасности для окружающих. В отеле произошла смерть сына известного политика и владельца крупных СМИ. Отец погибшего поручает агенту ФБР Скиннеру Мел Гибсон выяснить обстоятельства смерти. Скиннер известен своими нетрадиционными методами ведения расследования. Несмотря на первую версию о самоубийстве, в подозрении находятся все обитатели отеля, в том числе и Том Том, умственно отсталый друг погибшего Израэля Голдкисса, сокращённо Иззи. Но когда Том признаётся в содеянном, чтобы защитить Элоизу Милла Йовович, в которую он влюблён, Скиннер по непонятным причинам отказывается ему верить.

Двадцать долларов

США Двойной орёл - золотые монеты, чеканившиеся с 1849 по 1933 года Двадцать долларов - банкнота, печатается с 1861 года по настоящее время. Двадцать долларов с изображением Свободы - чеканилась с 1849 по 1907 года. Двадцать долларов Сент-Годенса - чеканилась с 1907 по 1933 года. Прочие страны Двадцать долларов Новой Зеландии - банкнота, печатается с 1967 года по настоящее время. Двадцать долларов Австралии - банкнота, печатается с 1966 года по настоящее время. Двадцать долларов Канады - банкнота.

Тип 99

Тип 99 - многозначный термин: Япония Тип 99 ракета - японская ракета класса "воздух-воздух" Тип 99 винтовка - японская магазинная винтовка времён Второй мировой войны Тип 99 пушка - японская авиационная пушка времён Второй мировой войны Тип 99 пулемёт - японский ручной пулемёт времен Второй мировой войны Тип 99 САУ - японская 155-мм САУ Китайская народная республика Тип 99 танк - китайский основной боевой танк

U-99

М-99

Десять долларов

Десять долларов может означать: Десять долларов США банкнота Десять гонконгских долларов - монета Гонконга. Десять долларов США монета "Орёл"

Ключ 99

Древняя пиктограмма, от которой произошел современный иероглиф "сладкий", изображала рот с чем-то вкусным внутри. Иероглиф используется в значениях: "сладкий, вкусный, приятный, радостный", "сласти, лакомства, яства" и др. В качестве ключевого знака иероглиф "сладкий" малоупотребителен. В словарях располагается под номером 99.

WASP-99

WASP-99 - одиночная звезда в созвездии Эридана на расстоянии приблизительно 570 световых лет от Солнца. Вокруг звезды обращается, как минимум, одна планета.

Belarusian ruble

The Belarusian ruble or rouble is the official currency of Belarus. The ruble is subdivided into 100 copecks.

Transnistrian ruble

The ruble is the currency of Transnistria and is divided into 100 kopecks. Since Transnistria is a state with limited international recognition and considered as part of Moldova, its currency has no ISO 4217 code. However, unofficially some Transnistrian organisations such as Agroprombank and Gazprombank used the code PRB, a code that would otherwise be reserved for Puerto Rico. The Trans-Dniester Republican Bank sometimes uses the code RUP.

Russian ruble

The Russian ruble or rouble is the currency of the Russian Federation, the two partially recognised republics of Abkhazia and South Ossetia and the two unrecognised republics of Donetsk and Luhansk. The ruble is subdivided into 100 kopeks. The ruble was the currency of the Russian Empire and of the Soviet Union as the Soviet ruble. However, today only Russia, Belarus and Transnistria use currencies with the same name. The ruble was the first currency in Europe to be decimalised, in 1704, when the ruble became equal to 100 kopeks. In 1992 the Soviet ruble code: SUR was replaced with the Russian ruble code: RUR at the rate 1 SUR = 1 RUR. In 1998 preceding the financial crisis, the Russian ruble was redenominated with the new code "RUB" and was exchanged at the rate of 1 RUB = 1.000 RUR.

Soviet ruble

The Soviet ruble was the currency of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. One ruble was divided into 100 kopeks. Many of the ruble designs were created by Ivan Dubasov. The production of Soviet rubles was the responsibility of the Federal State Unitary Enterprise, or Goznak, which was in charge of the printing of and materials production for banknotes and the minting of coins in Moscow and Leningrad. In addition to regular currency, some other currency units were used, such as several forms of convertible ruble, transferable ruble, clearing ruble, Vneshtorgbank cheque, etc.; also, several forms of virtual rubles were used for inter-enterprise accounting and international settlement in the Comecon zone. In 1991, after the breakup of the USSR, the Soviet ruble continued to be used in the post-Soviet states, forming a "ruble zone", until it was replaced with the Russian ruble by 1993.

Tajikistani ruble

The rouble or ruble was the currency of Tajikistan between May 10, 1995 and October 29, 2000. It was subdivided into 100 tanga, although no coins or banknotes were issued denominated in tanga.

Ruble

The ruble or rouble or ₽ is or was a currency unit of a number of countries in Eastern Europe closely associated with the economy of Russia. Originally, the ruble was the currency unit of Imperial Russia and then the Soviet Union,; As of 2020 it is the currency unit of Russia, Belarus and Transnistria. The Russian ruble is also used in two regions of Georgia, the partially recognised states Abkhazia and South Ossetia. In the past, several other countries influenced by Russia and the Soviet Union had currency units that were also named rubles. One ruble is divided into 100 kopeks.

Blair Aldridge Ruble

Blair Aldridge Ruble is a non-fiction writer and academic administrator whose work has focused on comparative urban studies as well as Russian and Ukrainian affairs.

Constantine ruble

The Constantine ruble is a rare silver coin of the Russian Empire bearing the profile of Constantine, the brother of emperors Alexander I and Nicholas I. It was prepared to be manufactured at the Saint Petersburg Mint during the brief Interregnum of 1825 but has never been minted in numbers and never circulated in public. The fact of its existence, classified in Russia until 1886, leaked into European press in 1857. According to Ivan Spassky, there are eight genuine Constantine rubles of two different types. Five are proof coins complete with edge lettering. A hypothetical sixth coin of this type was probably minted in December 1825 and disappeared without trace. Three coins of the so-called Schubert ruble type have no edge lettering. They are, most likely, intermediate work-in-progress proofs illegally removed from the Mint. Three Constantine rubles are currently preserved at the Hermitage Museum and the State Historical Museum in Russia and the Smithsonian Institution in the United States. The Hermitage also possesses the three genuine sets of press dies, in different stages of completion, seventeen tin work-in-progress samples and Jacob Reichels original design on parchment. All other genuine Constantine rubles are in private collections outside of Russia. The so-called Trubetskoy ruble is a fake Constantine ruble manufactured in the 1860s in Paris, a rare collectible in its own right. Two original Trubetskoy rubles are preserved at the Hermitage Museum and the Smithsonian Institution, the third is privately owned.

Transcaucasian ruble

The ruble, manat or maneti was the currency of both Transcaucasian states, the Transcaucasian Democratic Federative Republic and the Transcaucasian Soviet Federal Socialist Republic.

Assignation ruble

Assignation ruble was the first paper currency of Russia. It was used from 1769 until 1849. Assignation ruble had a parallel circulation with the silver ruble; there was an ongoing market exchange rate for these two currencies. In later period, the value of the Assignation ruble was considerably below that of the silver ruble.