Definition of Dimes. Meaning of Dimes. Synonyms of Dimes

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Definition of Dimes

Dime
Dime Dime, n. [F. d[^i]me tithe, OF. disme, fr. L. decimus the tenth, fr. decem ten. See Decimal.] A silver coin of the United States, of the value of ten cents; the tenth of a dollar. Dime novel, a novel, commonly sensational and trashy, which is sold for a dime, or ten cents.

Meaning of Dimes from wikipedia

- Dime or Dimes may refer to: Dime (United States coin) Dime (Canadian coin) Dark Internet Mail Environment Dense Inert Metal Explosive Detroit Institute...
- 1976 it became known as the March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation. In 2007, the formal name became the March of Dimes Foundation. The group was founded...
- display their denomination, Draped Bust dimes were minted with no indication of their value. All 1796 dimes have 15 stars on the obverse, representing...
- mapping "About DIMES". netdimes.org. Archived from the original on May 24, 2005. Retrieved July 28, 2019 – via Wayback Machine. The DIMES home page Science...
- Mercury dimes: 1942/41. Lange, Mercury dimes: Collecting. Lange, Mercury dimes: 1945-S Micro S. Lange, Mercury dimes: Grading. Lange, Mercury dimes: Counterfeit...
- Dimer may refer to: Dimer (chemistry), a chemical structure formed from two similar sub-units Protein dimer, a protein quaternary structure Dimer model...
- under the name March of Dimes as members of the Easter Seals March of Dimes National Council. In 2005, however, Ontario March of Dimes acquired the exclusive...
- restaurant in 2013. There is also an ****ociated deli, called Dimes Deli, and a store, Dimes Market, both in the same neighborhood as the restaurant. The...
- Daniel Stephen Jones III (born May 27, 1997), nicknamed Danny Dimes, is an American football quarterback for the New York Giants of the National Football...
- in bookmaking and loansharking during the 1940s and 1950s. In July 1941 Dimes was convicted with Joseph Collette of attacking Edward Fletcher at a Soho...
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