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Paper money issued by a bank. The issue of notes in most countries is either entirely confined to or subject to strict control by the central bank. A bank note was originally a promise to pay coin on demand; this tradition is preserved by the form of words used on Bank of England notes in the UK.

Subjects: Financial Institutions and Services.

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