A silvery metallic element used in coins and in German silver. The U.S. five Cent piece is called a nickel due to the Coin being minted from a particular nickel alloy, although the U.S. Dollar's fall in the forex market and relative to its constituent metals has pushed the market value of a nickel's metal over five cents.
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