New research from global travel technology company, Sabre Corporation , has found that travelers would drop a hundred dollar bill
to make their travel a little more about me.
Nay Pyi Taw -- Daniel Parantac dug from his backpack a red plastic envelope, pulled out a crisp hundred dollar bill
and gave it to his Chinese coach who couldn't seem to make of his student's generous gesture.
Assistant director for cash at the Federal Reserve Board Michael Lambert had earlier said that the hundred dollar bill
is circulated broadly around the world and that is why they have developed advanced security features that are difficult for counterfeiters to replicate.
MAD PROPS: "This is a ripped hundred dollar bill
in fake prop money.
Victims of the treacherous iceberg haunt us still These precious lives cannot be replaced like a hundred dollar bill
If I give you a one hundred dollar bill
every time you hear me say "Fribbit," you'll probably become pretty consistent about looking at me for "Fribbit.
In fact, you can tell if the money is a five, ten, twenty, fifty, or a hundred dollar bill
by just looking at the color of the glowing strip
He would slip, at any given time, a hundred dollar bill
into your pocket, and he made encouraging remarks to his sidemen whenever he enjoyed their performances.
Breitling, now president of a private investment company, was the "kid next door" in Burnsville, Minnesota, who never saw a hundred dollar bill
until he went to college, where he met Tim Poster, a high school bookie from Las Vegas.
and a hundred dollar bill
tied to an invisible string, tied
Hell, when I used to take buyers out on test drives, I'd tape a hundred dollar bill
to the dash, floor the gas pedal and tell them if they could reach the note, they could have it.
Bill produced a crisp hundred dollar bill
and one of the young men suddenly noticed that it was about time for his shift to end.