The Go Around Dollar By Barbara Johnston Adams Illustrated by Joyce Audy Zarins.

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The Go Around Dollar By Barbara Johnston Adams Illustrated by Joyce Audy Zarins

cir * cu * la * tion circulation Movement around many different places or people Movement around many different places or people 1. From here, dollars go into circulation to be used by people all over the America: in stores, cafeterias, movie theaters, and thousands of other places – wherever money changes hands. 1. From here, dollars go into circulation to be used by people all over the America: in stores, cafeterias, movie theaters, and thousands of other places – wherever money changes hands. 2. The newspaper has been in circulation for 53 years. 2. The newspaper has been in circulation for 53 years.

ten * der tender Money, payment Money, payment 1. There is a notice on each dollar that makes this clear: This note is legal tender for all debts, public and private. 1. There is a notice on each dollar that makes this clear: This note is legal tender for all debts, public and private. 2. Stores do not accept gold bars as legal tender. 2. Stores do not accept gold bars as legal tender.

for * mu * la formula Set method for doing something Set method for doing something 1. The formula for the black and green inks used to print dollars is a secret known only by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. 1. The formula for the black and green inks used to print dollars is a secret known only by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. 2. Sue wrote the math formula on the board. 2. Sue wrote the math formula on the board.

Of * fi *cial official Formal and proper Formal and proper 1. The two sides of the Seal, an official symbol of our country, are shown in circles on the back of every one-dollar bill. 1. The two sides of the Seal, an official symbol of our country, are shown in circles on the back of every one-dollar bill. 2. The leader will be chosen by the official vote. 2. The leader will be chosen by the official vote.

pyr * a * mid pryamid Object with triangular sides that meet at a point at the top Object with triangular sides that meet at a point at the top 1. One circle has an eagle in it; the other, a pyramid with an eye. 1. One circle has an eagle in it; the other, a pyramid with an eye. 2. A model of an ancient pyramid from Egypt is on display at the museum. 2. A model of an ancient pyramid from Egypt is on display at the museum.

em * blem emblem Sign or figure that stands for something Sign or figure that stands for something 1. The bald eagle, our national emblem, is holding arrows and an olive branch. 1. The bald eagle, our national emblem, is holding arrows and an olive branch. 2. The dove is an international emblem of peace. 2. The dove is an international emblem of peace.

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