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First the Wikipedia Standard for a page for :
a "denomination number with dollar bill"
Second the Wikipedia Standard page for :
a "hyphenated-numeric value-dollar bill"
Third after evaluating the likenesses to these pages, a discussion here is on findings to a constant in reasoning; for a change in having an existing one-dollar page that doesn't redirect, or finding a reasonable application standard to lable the current redirected reasoning ; to help in the creation of future pages.
- two dollar bill - two-dollar bill
- five dollar bill - five-dollar bill
- ten dollar bill - ten-dollar bill
- twenty dollar bill - twenty-dollar bill
One Dollar Bill should have its own page
One-Dollar bill Should have its own page because it is the correct title of a banknote valued at 100%, as equal to 1.0 of the full amount in the world currency trade as a printed note and not a stamped coin, where the curency standard base is the dollar.
For U.S. curency on wikipedia, each printed bill has its own link to viewers that may not be aware of the hyphen included in the written form of the language; all that is except for the "One Dollar Bill" page that I created the other day, which has been removed from wikipedia and my own contributions list.(ancious cause to republish the second resin a "dollor bill "page in my error// this i understand where the sandbox is helpful, but not to leave behind the one dollar bill issue)
Since Wikipedia has posted for all other denominations of the dollar bill that is, all other dollar bills printed in the U.S., to have their own page under the "un-highphenated" version, and without redirection, then ; is their away that my page can be returned, or a compliment to have the restriction removed from redirect and apply the definition to "dollar bill" alone, giving both terms their best potential in meaning? Besides the 100% result from indexs in some cases is "American Dollar-Bill" thanks
- The words that are printed on the currency one dollar bill are "ONE DOLLAR"
- The current title United States one-dollar bill has hyphen.
- The article One Dollar Bill was never created. 
- What index do you speak of?
- Article title should be sentence case, not title case, per WP:MOS. --ChoChoPK (球球PK) (talk | contrib) 04:15, 6 February 2007 (UTC)
A Written sentence defined as spoken word
Reply to further study of this message results are that the findings are that as a statement, this user is supporting the one-dollar written as spoken: Article title should be sentence case, not title case, per WP:MOS. ChoChoPK 04:15, 6 February 2007 (UTC) --Ob Unum Verse Re 20:26, 15 March 2007 (UTC)