Definition of Rubles
1. Noun. (plural of ruble) ¹
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Definition of Rubles
1. ruble [n] - See also: ruble
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Literary usage of Rubles
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1. Appletons' Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events of the Year (1903)
"The ratio of 10 rubles in gold for 15 paper rubles was finally settled upon, and in 1897 a law was passed requiring the state bank to maintain a gold ..."
2. Appletons' Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events of the Year (1891)
"The revenue is estimated at some 7.500,000 rubles less than in 1889, notwithstanding new sources of income were included, because the harvest had been very ..."
3. Turkistan: Notes of a Journey in Russian Turkistan, Khokand, Bukhara, and Kuldja by Eugene Schuyler, Vasilīĭ Vasilʹevich Grigorʹev (1876)
"The duty from internal trade was 15000 rubles. The entire indirect taxes on articles of consumption, including the duty on articles of foreign trade, ..."
4. Turkistan: Notes of a Journey in Russian Turkistan, Khokand, Bukhara, and Kuldja by Eugene Schuyler, Vasilīĭ Vasilʹevich Grigorʹev (1876)
"In 1872 there was exported,in transit through Tashkent, silk to the amount of 200360 rubles. In 1871 there was transported from Tashkent to Russia ..."
5. Annual Report of the Commissioner of Labor by United States Bureau of Labor (1911)
"In addition to this heavy expenditure for medical aid, 48948 rubles ... were paid in sick benefits, and 6234 rubles ..."
6. The American Annual Cyclopedia and Register of Important Events of the Year (1869)
"Among the other imports are wool above 8000000 rubles, and woollen goods, 6000000, an increase of 3000000 and 2000000 ; cotton goods, nearly 4000000 rubles, ..."
7. Appletons' Annual Cyclopaedia and Register of Important Events (1890)
"The entire cost is estimated at 445,- 000000 rubles, or more than twice that of the Canada Pacific Railroad. Posts and Telegraphs. ..."