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csspress
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1.00 USD = 0.806462 EUR huh :D

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vuzum
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I was pointing that England was one of the first countries to be worried about the issue of migration.

Of course. :-)

I was actually referring to the greeks being able to travel to EU freely, as they do now, not UK in particular.

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tsafi
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1.00 USD = 0.806462 EUR huh :D
1.0 USD = 0. 8182 EUR .

keep going up baby we want more … (well its like that on each summer ,no compliance on this part of the world :P )

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kvendrik
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It’s going really bad with the euro just a few months ago €1 was almost $2. And now €1 is only $1.22 :(

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johnnybd
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Franklin and Washington are back from the dead, booya ;-)

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