And she, a spoiled Hollywood film star with a yen for big jewels, in him?
The Japanese yen, the euro, and the Australian dollar also fell slightly against the dollar.
Her yen for juxtaposition of pretty and ugly, water and tar, public and private, can be seen in the smallest moments.
Fuel companies decreed that the maximum a customer could buy was 20 liters; the most he could spend, 3,000 yen.
The value of the yen is falling exactly as planned, and Japanese stocks on the Nikkei are doing very well.
Suppose that the subscription be fixed at a yen a month and that there are fifty subscribers.
yen Sin held it up before his eyes in the full glow of the lamp.
The oaza might spend 100 yen a year to send five pilgrims as far away as Yamagata, on the other side of Japan.
And this was Urkey village, and night, and yen Sin was dying.
yen Hui told Confucius that he had acquired the “art of sitting and forgetting.”
Japanese monetary unit, 1875, from Japanese yen, from Chinese yuan "round, round object, circle, dollar."
"sharp desire, hunger," 1906, earlier yin "intense craving for opium" (1876), from Chinese (Cantonese) yan "craving," or from a Beijing dialect word for "smoke." Reinforced in English by influence of yearn.