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1, The advent of the Euro will redefine Europe.
2, His speech in the Euro debate was hardly stunning.
3, The instability of the euro continues.
4, The euro will have a circulation second only to that of the dollar.
5, The euro has fallen to a new low against the dollar.
6, The euro is getting stronger against the dollar.
7, The euro has strengthened against the dollar.
8, The euro hit a record low in trading today.
9, A hundred cents make one euro.
10, The euro has closely shadowed the dollar.
11, Shares in Euro Disney jumped 17p.
12, They live in fantasy worlds which make Euro Disney seem uninventive.
13, The euro has moved from the realms of theory into reality.
14, The Euro Cup competition links together a series of Continental races(sentencedict.com), with a points-scoring system producing an overall winner.
15, So far the changeover to the euro has been a matter for technocrats and central banks.
16, However, she cautioned against taking out euro loans just yet because of the exchange risk while sterling floated against the euro.
17, And Robin Cook puts his trust in the Euro?
18, And the Euro Citizens Actions Service said that the proposed code could even turn out to be a step backwards.
19, The introduction of the Euro should make trade between European countries much easier.
20, The prognosis is perhaps for a euro recovery,(http://sentencedict.com/euro.html) but how far is it likely to move?
21, And then there is Euro Disney, which is fast becoming a synonym for Eurodisaster.
22, Over the coming months the looming introduction of euro notes and coins is bound to add to pressures on the currency.
23, Millions of words have been written about the introduction of the euro.
24, He claimed Tony Blair is trying to get us into the euro by stealth.
25, The pound has increased in value relative to the euro.
26, I got loads of bumf about the introduction of the Euro.
27, Most EU states have crossed the Rubicon and adopted the euro.
28, Six out of 10 Labour supporters, and 69 % of voters overall, opposed joining the euro.
29, Give or take a few cents, one dollar buys one euro buys 100 yen.
30, In truth there is now little prospect of Britain ever joining the euro.
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