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Numerology information Euro:
Name Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear
Definition funny of Euro:
1) "euro" - single european currency used by all members of the european union except UK, denmark, sweden since 01/01/2002. 2) 1 euro = 1.3-something $
"dollars? come on, how much is that in real money?"
Currency that came into affect within the 11 eurozone countries in January 1999. Coins and notes were introduced into circulation in 2002. The European Central Bank (ECB) regulates the monetary policies of the Economic and Monetary Union. Benefits of the euro include reduced transaction costs, reduced uncertainty and risk due to price transparency and merger activity. The main cost is the cost of converting (price signs, tills, vending machines etc)However, this is only short term and if countries such as the Czech Republic and Slovakia think they can afford it then the UK can.
Jimmy - "Man I sure wish the British public would come to their senses and realise that in the long term the UK should join the euro and stop living in the past. It's just because they're too thick to understand the value of the euro and wouldn't be able to cope with losing their precious pounds" Billy - "Yea woteva man lets go play computer games"
Currency in use in the greater part of the European Union since January 2nd, 2002. Adopted on that date by a core group of twelve countries: Spain, Portugal, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, the Republic of Ireland, Germany, Finland, Austria, Italy and Greece. The Euro has been adopted more recently by Slovenia, and subsequently (and jointly) by Malta and Cyprus. It is therefore a single currency for some 317 million Europeans, or more than the total population of the United States. Slovakia is set to adopt the Euro at the start of 2009, followed by Lithuania a year later and Estonia at the start of 2011, with other mainly eastern European states following not too long afterwards. Coins in the currency are marked on one side with a representation of Europe (or the globe on copper coins) and on the obverse with a national design that varies between countries and often between denominations within a country; all versions are of course legal tender within the Euro zone. 1, 2 and 5 cent coins are of copper plated steel. 10, 20 and 50 cent coins are of an alloy known as Nordic Gold for its colour but in fact are gold free. 1 Euro coins have are two-toned, with a cupronickel centre and a surrounding nickel brass ring, a design reversed on the 2 Euro coin. Bank notes are standardised across the Euro zone and feature representations of different styles of windows and bridges symbolic of the openness of the unifying European culture, with more modern architectural styles represented on higher denomination notes. The Euro started off within a cent of parity with the US dollar; the exchange rate at the time of writing is approaching one Euro to one US dollar and fifty cents. Various countries in the Far East have expressed a preference for the Euro over the dollar as a unit of international currency.
This lager costs five Euro and is way too expensive.
Anywhere between $1 and $1.70, depending on investors' temperament. (As of May 27, 2012, it was about $1.25 USD, which is unusually low.)
Songs about Euro:
Spa Euro Part Four by Peter Kater from the Album Spa Euro
Spa Euro Part One by Peter Kater from the Album Spa Euro
Gospel Man (Euro House Mix) by Euclid Gray from the Album Unleashed
Euro-Trash Girl by Cracker from the Album Kerosene Hat
Induction Speech [feat. Euro] [Explicit] by Young Money from the Album Rise Of An Empire [Explicit] [+digital booklet]
After Hours (Extended Euro Mix) [Explicit] by Living Legends from the Album The Gathering [Explicit]
The Stalker (Technoclub Euro Club Mix) by Space Nuggets from the Album 100 Dance Workout Hits - Techno, Electro, House, Trance Exercise & Aerobics Music
Books about Euro:
The Euro Trap: On Bursting Bubbles, Budgets, and Beliefs by Hans-Werner Sinn (Sep 30, 2014)
Euro Noir: The Pocket Essential Guide to European Crime Fiction, Film and TV (Pocket Essential series) by Barry Forshaw (Oct 1, 2014)
Is The Euro Crisis Really Over?: Will doing whatever it takes be enough? by Edward Hugh (Sep 14, 2014)
The Euro Crisis and Its Aftermath by Jean Pisani-Ferry (May 1, 2014)
The Euro: The Battle for the New Global Currency by David Marsh (Aug 23, 2011)
The Euro Crisis For Dummies by Julian Knight (Feb 1, 2012)
Pro Cycling on $10 a Day: From Fat Kid to Euro Pro by Phil Gaimon (May 5, 2014)
Movies about Euro:
Eurobusen 3 DVD Euro Big Breast Collector's Pack - Runtime: 6 hrs Starring: Laura Sands
Cave of the Living Dead 1966 Unrated - Runtime: 1 hr 26 mins Starring: Adrian Hoven, Erika Remberg, et al. Directed by: Ákos Ráthonyi
'The Euro-Sleaze Collection 2013 Unrated - Runtime: 4 hrs 38 mins Starring: Barbara Magnolf, Stefania D'Amario, et al. Directed by: Enzo Milioni, Vidal Raski, et al.
Euro-Sex Comedy Collection 2009 Unrated - Runtime: 6 hrs 45 mins Starring: Laura Gemser and Ajita Wilson
Euro Fiends From the Grave 1971 Unrated - Runtime: 4 hrs 30 mins
UEFA EURO 2012 The Official Review DVD 2012 - Runtime: 2 hrs 30 mins Starring: Cristiano Ronaldo, Fernando Torres, et al. Directed by: UEFA Euro 2012
UEFA EURO 2012 All The Goals DVD 2012 - Runtime: 1 hr 20 mins Starring: Cristiano Ronaldo, Fernando Torres, et al. Directed by: UEFA Euro 2012