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sti·ver

 (stī′vər)
n.
1. A nickel coin used in the Netherlands and worth 1/20 of a guilder.
2. Something of small value.

[Dutch stuiver, from Middle Dutch stuyver.]

stiver

(ˈstaɪvə)
n
1. (Currencies) a former Dutch coin worth one twentieth of a guilder
2. a small amount, esp of money
[C16: from Dutch stuiver; related to Middle Low German stüver, Danish styver]

sti•ver

(ˈstaɪ vər)

n.
1. a former nickel coin of the Netherlands, equal to five Dutch cents.
2. the smallest possible amount: not a stiver of work.
[1495–1505; < Dutch stuiver]
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I had never seen him but once since I was a baby, and I well knew he had never cared a stiver about me; and my brother, too, was little better than a stranger.
And though the 275th lay was what they call a rather long lay, yet it was better than nothing; and if we had a lucky voyage, might pretty nearly pay for the clothing I would wear out on it, not to speak of my three years' beef and board, for which I would not have to pay one stiver.
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Miranda Stiver scored in the 49th minute for OSU - her first of the season - but the Trojans responded with the equalizer less than five minutes later.
A month after the body was positively identified through DNA testing, the family of Sandra Ann Stiver accepted her remains at a news conference at the Berks County coroner's office near Reading.
At DeLorme's headquarters in Yarmouth, Maine, Vice President of Marketing Kim Stiver explains that company founder David DeLorme started the company thirty years ago after being frustrated by the paucity of backcountry maps.
It's incumbent upon all of us in higher education to look for innovative ways to make it affordable for everyone to attain a college education" says Catherine Stiver, the marketing director at Harrison College.