two dollar bill

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Noun1.two dollar bill - a United States bill worth 2 dollars
bank bill, bank note, banker's bill, banknote, Federal Reserve note, government note, greenback, bill, note - a piece of paper money (especially one issued by a central bank); "he peeled off five one-thousand-zloty notes"
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Many regard them as fakes, because they are so infrequently seen, which is why some Americans use the phrase, "phony as a two dollar bill.
In one, Eleanor Ward, the director of the artist's first major gallery, claimed that she promised Warhol his first one-man show in exchange for a painting of her lucky two dollar bill.
Billy Bob stays at Stone's house for awhile floating a wad of cash including two dollar bills.
The Two Dollar Bill Documentary," produced by filmmaker John Bennardo, will premiere at the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival on Friday, Nov.
The Two Dollar Bill Documentary" will be the first film of its kind to lift the curtain on what makes the "deuce" unique in our culture, and now the filmmakers have arrived in Fort Worth to film the latest print run of twos at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.
July 2005 NIGHT OF RAIN AND STARS by Maeve Binchy (reprint from hardcover) August 2005 LOST CITY by Clive Cussler (Reprint) LYON'S GATE by Catherine Coulter (Original paperback) October 2005 NORTHERN LIGHTS by Nora Roberts (Reprint) TWO DOLLAR BILL by Stuart Woods (Reprint) November 2005 NIGHT GAME by Christine Feehan (Original paperback) January 2006 MARKER by Robin Cook (Reprint)
When asked which coin and bill denominations respondents would most like to see discontinued the penny, dollar coin and two dollar bill did not fare very well.
Christmas in my parents' house was cheerful, modest and utterly secular: a Styrofoam Santa face on the front door, a few practical gifts under the tree, a drive to Bee Branch, where my grandmother would give each child a card containing two dollar bills.
Five hundred two dollar bills and 2,000 coupons were thrown from the roof in an effort to promote Winner properties.