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Second, we offer an explanation for why the Greenbacks came into being that may be regarded as an alternative or a supplement to that given by Hammond (1961, 1970).
I was thrilled that the greenbacks were back where they belonged.
Although greenbacks initially sold for gold at a discount, reaching an average monthly low of 50 cents in April 1864, they appreciated strongly over the next few years and accounted for more than 75 percent of the total U.
But once greenbacks become generally accepted, as they had back East, no individual has an incentive to change.
Printed with inexpensive green ink on one side, these greenbacks could not be copied with the cameras of the time.
In 1991 he founded Greenbacks All-a-Dollar, where he served as CEO and was responsible for growing the company from one to 100 retail stores in 10 states during a 12-year period.
But the closest the Greenbacks came to scoring was a late Blenkinsopp penalty, saved by the Carlton keeper.
During the second fiscal quarter of 2003, the Company opened 61 stores, closed 12 stores, added 100 Greenbacks stores, and expanded or relocated 35 stores.
00 discount variety store chain, announced today that it has completed its planned acquisition of Greenbacks, Inc.
But the Greenbacks were unlucky not to salvage a draw late on, winger Richard Westley being denied by the woodwork in the closing stages.
NASDAQ: DLTR), the nation's leading operator of single-price point dollar stores, today announced that it has signed a binding agreement to acquire all of the outstanding stock of Greenbacks, Inc.
Farmer explained that Tullin has decided to part company with the Greenbacks due to family and work commitments.