NEW MOON and money
NEW YEAR and money
New money, new ideas, new women
The New World of Money
Money for new wave astronomy
New Models and More Money
IP litigation, the new money-spinner
Getting it together: new money and better partnerships
Following the Money: New Scholarship on American Realism
New money laundering regulations bring rules up to date
Challenges Old and New: Politics, Governors, and Money in the Twentieth Century
Money Order Convention between France and New Zealand, signed at Paris, 1 December 1909
EU calls for regulation of trust companies: A new Money Laundering Directive
The Social Meaning of Money: Pin Money, Paycheck, Poor Relief, and Other Currencies. By Viviana A. Zelizer (New York: Basic Books, 1994. xi plus 286pp.)
Globalization and Its Discontents: Essays on the New Mobility of People and Money. By Saskia Sassen. New Press, 1998. 253 pp
Money Order Convention between the United States and the Colony of New Zealand (Great Britain), signed at Washington, 6 December/Wellington, 8 October 1881
Money Order Convention respecting Australia and New Caledonia between France and Great Britain, signed at Noumea/Melbourne, 7 July/12 October
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