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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 ongoing discussions with the founders regarding the re-constitution of the board are undoubtedly disappointing following what was thought to be an agreed process at the AGM," Tenner added.
Tenner argues that he received ineffective assistance from his trial counsel because counsel failed to impeach one of the State's witnessesTenner's former girlfriendwith her prior criminal convictions.
This film was worth a tenner for the shot of Ed Balls' Stan Laurel morning hair on day two alone.
Brian Tenner, CFO, said: "I'm proud of what has been achieved during my time at NCC Group.
The withdrawal of the old paper tenner means the Bank of England's legal tender PS10 notes, as well as its PS5 notes, are made from polymer, while its current PS20 and PS50 notes are paper.
Animal fat will be included in the make-up of the new tenner - this caused controversy among vegetarians when the new PS5 notes were launched.
A serendipitous meeting via professional social network LinkedIn brought Bruce George's Genius is Common[c] movement directly to Tenner's wheelhouse.
WHETHER you love or hate the look and feel of the new plastic fiver, brace yourself, there's a plastic tenner on the way.
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That tenner came from the bet which they struck when, in the aftermath of the 15 all out, The Hon Freddie suggested they have a game of golf on the scheduled third day of the cricket match.
While returning TV series tend to have their main talent in place, "Fargo" was an exception, and casting director Rachel Tenner had to start season 2 from scratch.
Daaaaaaaad was more likely to be a tenner. If it went on longer than that, it was a trip to the bank.