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stop

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the place designated as the end (as of a race or journey)

the ultimate goal for which something is done

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I thought I'd get her some with my dollar," said Beth.
When no one was looking I stole a dollar or two and put it in my pocket.
Into it he drops a sum of money--a dollar, or perhaps five dollars, according to his power, and his estimate of the value of the privilege.
I do not care to trace the course of my dollar, if I could, till it buys a man a musket to shoot one with--the dollar is innocent--but I am concerned to trace the effects of my allegiance.
Wunst I had foteen dollars, but I tuck to specalat'n', en got busted out.
This was the first feeble sign that such a novelty as the telephone business could be established; and no money ever looked handsomer than this twenty dollars did to Bell, Sanders, Hubbard, and Watson.
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS, ma'am;" answered Bobbinet, solemnly.
Why, besides what’s comin’ to the Judge, I gi’n my brother Tim a hundred dollars for his bargain; but then there’s a new house on’t, that cost me sixty more, and I paid Moses a hundred dollars for choppin’, and loggin’, and sowin’, so that the whole stood to me in about two hundred and sixty dollars.
Beaver was valued at two dollars per skin, though worth five dollars.
Lieutenants in the army get about a dollar a day, and common soldiers a couple of cents.
At the end of three months enough was secured to repay the loan of two hundred and fifty dollars to General Marshall, and within two months more we had secured the entire five hundred dollars and had received a deed of the one hundred acres of land.
The shares are hundred dollar ones, and there are ten thousand of them.
Suppose the government sells you Pari-Sulay at a pound an acre; clearing will cost you at least four pounds more; that is, five pounds for four hundred acres, or, say, ten thousand dollars.
At first, non-committal over Carmack's strike, then, later, dubious, he finally offered Daylight a hundred dollars for his share in the town site.
He went to work in a printing-office, - I have heard him tell of it many times, - and he got three dollars a week, at first.