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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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Major banks have also said they will continue to accept deposits of the old paper tenner from their customers after March 1.
The serial number on the plastic tenner had the rare AH prefix combined with the number 1775, the year the author was born.
The method is still used now, so all the old tenners that are taken out of circulation will be helping to grow crops across the UK after they are recycled.
OVERCOMPENSATE to pay top tenners indecently large prizes (see
Tenners don't grow on trees but it doesn't mean our grassroots should be sold short.
He said the use of the tenners can be as inventive as people like.
In one of the early races on the card, I approached Mick Fletcher with a pounds 20 note and four pound coins as I wanted a tenner on one dog and two pounds 2 bets for my wife and son.
LOVELY: Joe Atkinson, from Arrowe Park, gets pounds 10 at The Grange, Birkenhead' HAPPY: Mary Rowlands, from Prestatyn, and Vera Granton, from Claughton Village' IN THE MONEY: ECHO staff Ben Nair and Jane Parry hand over a tenner to Charles Kennedy from Birkenhead
Just over a billion of the polymer PS10 notes have been printed to replace the old paper Charles Darwin tenners, which will be withdrawn next spring.
The Tenners include Rhys Meirion, Aled Hall, Aled Wyn Davies, Richard Allen, Elgan Llyr Thomas and Trystan Llyr Griffiths.
The students from Excelsior Academy were handed their tenners by North East entrepreneur, Paul Campbell, who is the founder of Newcastle-based digital technology company The Amazing Group, and Enterprise UK ambassador.
I'm completely skint and I certainly can't afford to go chucking tenners around.