Finally he consented, and was told that his promotion could be had for 12,000 dols.
dols lies to the north of Chteauroux, from which it is separated by the Indre.
The fourth and fifth years there should be a gross profit of at least 2,650 dols.
That he did not do this is amply proved by the fact of Mr. Pillsbury giving me 5,000 dols.
But all anchors, cables, and ground tackle generally may be removed on payment of 250 dols.
If the man went away quietly, the wardman would have received 90 dols.
He is to be elected for four years and is not eligible for an immediate re-election, and his salary is to be 15,000 dols.
In accordance with the resolutions of 8th August, the mint price of the pound Troy of gold (11 parts fine) was fixed at 209 dols.
So I determined to apply to the Audience of that city to present me with 200 dols.
In the 10th century Raoul of dols gave his castle to the monks of the abbey and transferred his residence to Chteauroux.
unit of intensity of pain, 1947, from Latin dolor "pain."
A unit for the measurement of the intensity of pain.