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 When did the dollar become official United States currency?

Answer The dollar became the official currency of the United States in 1785. The dollar replaced the Continental currency, which was introduced by the Continental Congress in 1775 after the British impose... Read More »
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Can a soldier in the united states marine corps switch to be a united states navy seal?

Yes but you might be deranked or up ranked depending were you where in the Marines.
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What language was most commonly used in India when Hindi became the official language in 1965?

Information from the University of Pennsylvania's Department of Linguistics explains that prior to Hindi becoming India's official language, English was spoken in all of India's regions. Because ma... Read More »
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Is a United States bachelor's degree accepted at a United Kingdom university?

Although the British refer to a bachelor's degree as a "first-degree" as opposed to an "undergraduate degree," they are considered to be equivalent in both countries. Therefore, a bachelor's degree... Read More »
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Why is the emergency phone number in the united kingdom "999" and "911" in the united states?

It was implemented as a feature to prevent abuse of the service. In theory, hitting 999 accidentally is much easier than hitting 911.
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