decimalize

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change from fractions to decimals

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change to the decimal system

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Decimalised odds will be introduced probably around springtime this year.
The state-of-the-art plant was constructed in readiness for the UK's switch to decimalised currency, which took place three years later.
Closer inspection, however, shows that although Dorothy Wilding's original designs have been retained, values of the stamps have been altered and decimalised.
D-Day or Decimal Day took place on February 15, 1971 and represented the replacement of the old LSD (pounds, shillings and pence) with decimalised coins.
I well remember the patronising little film on Channel 4 News about the attempt to bring in decimalised odds.
IF Free Racing Week has been a success, then the trial of decimalised odds at Ascot on Wednesday certainly wasn't.
The 50p was the third decimal coin to be introduced into the British currency system, which was gearing up to be totally decimalised on February 15,1971.
Sir, - We have decimalised our dosh, metricated our measurements and are poised to surrender our Sterling.
It seems like only yesterday that we were decimalised.
He likes the idea of decimalised odds but thinks they should be introduced only gradually, perhaps initially on football coupons.
This will be a familiar lament to anyone old enough to remember our own switch from pounds, shillings and pence to decimalised currency in the 70s.
Princess Anne got married (and avoided being kidnapped), Ian Botham and Sebastian Coe arrived on the sports scene and the country became decimalised.
Mark Strefford: Coral, Liverpool Try family-themed events, mother-and-daughter pamper mornings, father-andson computer tournaments, simple betting pocket guides, decimalised odds and loyalty card schemes.
I am fed up with my country being decimalised and pushed around.
There were elements of this at Ascot last week, most notably in the form of decimalised odds.