Israeli production companies estimate a loss of hundreds of thousands of shekels over the location change.
Barkat filed a suit for violence and racism and received 30,000 shekels compensation.
People at other Israeli crossings must declare holding over 100,000 shekels.
Ameira still had to pay 25,000 shekels ($7,000) to hire a bulldozer and trucks to transport the rubble….
But it was there he was betrayed for a few trillion shekels of yuan.
Yet, if he thinks one is trying to get the best of him, he can look after the shekels as well as any one.
A talent was divided into sixty minæ, a mina into sixty shekels.
David purchased the threshing-floor of Araunah at Zion with two oxen for 50 shekels of silver.
And if it be a female, then thy estimation shall be thirty shekels.
Strangers are not liked, and are only tolerated for the shekels that can be extracted or robbed from them.
early 13c., sicle, via Old French and Latin, from Hebrew sheqel, from shaqal "he weighed." Chief silver coin of ancient Hebrews, also a unit of weight. Modern form in English dates from mid-16c. As slang for "money," it dates from 1871.
[1871+; fr the Hebrew name of a unit of weight and money]