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Origin of ryal
Examples from the Web for rial
And it is rising fast: 100, 200, and 500 rial notes are now pretty much useless, Hanke reports.
And so scarce dollars have seen their value rise sharply against the rial.
The rial traded at 12,000 to the dollar at the beginning of 2010.
The recent currency collapse -- the rial has lost 30% of its value since the summer -- implies further price surges.
Today the rial trades at about 35,000 to the dollar, when it trades at all.
The wages of a day labourer are from five to six dollars a month, besides his food, which may be worth a rial a day more.Buenos Ayres and the Provinces of the Rio de La Plata|Woodbine Parish
The weight of the atmosphere is neither increased nor diminished by the rial tides.Conversations on Natural Philosophy, in which the Elements of that Science are Familiarly Explained|Jane Haldimand Marcet and Thomas P. Jones
My rial visits to my friends, however, whilst my body was in quite another place, have been made still more palpable than this.There is no Death|Florence Marryatt
The accomplishment of rial navigation, then, is within reach; its practicability can no longer be denied.Lecture on Artificial Flight|Wm. G. Krueger
At the same time the rial of Mary brought sixty-three pounds, and the rial of Elizabeth twenty-one pounds ten shillings.