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Franklin D. Roosevelt is on the dime.
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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dime_(United_States_coin)

The dime, in U.S. usage, is a ten-cent coin, one tenth of a United States dollar, labeled formally as "one dime". The denomination was first authorized by the ...

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Dime is your New York-based community bank since 1864, offering free checking accounts, savings accounts, and high-interest CDs and Money Markets.

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Are you traveling on the company's dime? (slang) A beautiful woman (10 on a 10 -point scale). She's a dime piece. (American football) A defensive formation with ...

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n. a us coin worth ten cents n. a very attractive person, a perfect ten n. $10 worth of any drug. short for dime bag. The amount will vary depending on the ...

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Dime Bank, with 11 convenient locations in eastern Connecticut and Westerly, Rhode Island, is a community-oriented financial institution, offering outstanding ...

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Dime definition, a cupronickel-clad coin of the U.S. and Canada, the 10th part of a dollar, equal to 10 cents. See more.

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The dime is a US coin worth ten cents. Ten dimes make a dollar. One dime can be written 10¢ or $0.10. Dimes are made out of an alloy (a mixture of metals) of ...

www.usmint.gov/kids/coinNews/circulating/10centCoin.html

The first time a dime was minted in a United States Mint building was in 1796. The name of the coin sounded the same as it does today, but the spelling was ...

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This dime is still being minted and has become a mainstay of the US coin supply. It's 71 lifespan makes it one of the most mass produced coins in the history of ...