peseta


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Synonyms for peseta

formerly the basic unit of money in Spain

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This means that a holidaymaker purchasing pounds 100 in pesetas will get almost one third more for their money than in 1995.
At one, Cambitur, he was charged a whopping 15 per cent to change pounds 200 into pesetas - that's pounds 30.
SPANISH PESETA AND PURCHASING POWER PARITY IN THE LONG TERM (1868-2001).
Sin embargo, ese miedo que se convierte en ego y solo ego, me impidio hacer buen uso de la peseta segun me dijeron, no segun mis canones.
Que se tratara de una impresion hecha a cuenta de autor, lo prueba un recibo, que acompana la escritura, con sello de la Tipografia de la Revista de Archivos, Bibliotecas y Museos, y firmado por su Administrador, Jose Pillado, que dice lo siguiente: "He recibido de los Sres Perlado, Paez y Cia la cantidad de 455 pesetas por cuenta de D.
La primera vez que este escudo aparecio en una moneda fue en 1938, en concreto en el billete de 1 peseta emitido ese ano, en esta ocasion con cuartelado sencillo (Figura no.
Woolton THERE was a short overlap period when shops in Spain accepted both pesetas and euros, but now only the euro is legal tender.
The calm passing of the peseta and the introduction of the euro can in part be explained by a vigorous public information campaign - TV, radio and newspaper advertising also euro road shows in towns and villages across the island, and crucially, imaginative educational programmes in schools and colleges.
The 12 national currencies being replaced by the euro from January 1 are the French franc, German mark, Spanish peseta, Dutch guilder, Italian lira, Greek drachma, Irish punt, Austrian schilling, Portuguese escudo, Belgian franc, Luxembourg franc, and Finnish markka.
At the beginning of this year, the Spanish Government also informed the Commission that it was granting a 1,000 million Peseta (Euro 6 million) loan, from the Instituto de Credito Oficial - Spain's financial agency, and that the guarantee by the Junta de Andalucia would run until 2003.
According to a study commissioned by the Spanish Furniture Technology Institute, furniture represents a 946 billion peseta (U.
Progress in disinflation and fiscal consolidation risks being slowed by pressures on the peseta in early 1995.
Para una funcion de zarzuela, estas localidades cuestan respectivamente 50 centimos y 1 peseta, sin contar con una categoria intermedia, la entrada general, de 75 centimos.
A las doce de la noche, a la hora de las brujas del ultimo dia de febrero, la peseta entro de manera oficial en la Historia.
Along with 12 other currencies, the peseta has disappeared forever.