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tenner

Informal
1. Brit
a. a ten-pound note
b. the sum of ten pounds
2. US a ten-dollar bill
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The SYFA have been trying in vain to access information revealing which clubs have paid their tenners and the names of all the players involved.
The majority decision didn't address whether fault should be considered, so we felt the justices chose not to make any changes in what had already been decided," said Stanley Spees, a Paducah, Kentucky, attorney who represented Mark Tenner.
It isn't "wicked or foolish to print out three or four drafts of a document," Tenner says.
Megan Marshall and Edward Tenner are professional authors who understand the increasing importance of licensing.
The Tenner Relay is run by Young Enterprise and supported by BGF (Business Growth Fund).
I went back to the cash machine and just happened to look over to the Green Lane edge and noticed a white crumpled up piece of paper and I picked it up and could not believe my luck, yes it was my tenner.
But Tenner cautions that it's not just "more" that's needed, the services need to be tailored specifically to the needs of adolescents.
com's Grow Your Tenner campaign in partnership with Birmingham and Black Country Community Foundation.
BUDDING entrepreneurs will get the chance to set up shop at two Warwickshire markets in June - for just a tenner.
Now in its third year, the Make Your Mark with a Tenner competition will see up to 20,000 under-19s each given a pounds 10 note with one month (March 2010) to come up with creative and enterprising ideas to multiply their money.
The Tenner Tycoon competition will see pupils from seven secondary schools in Liverpool and Sefton encouraged to put their business heads on and come up with ways to increase the tenner's value.
If they think we are going to handover a tenner to that lot down the road they have got another think coming.