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benny

and bennie
n. a Benzedrine capsule or tablet. You got a benny or two you could spare a poor man? Aren’t bennies sort of out of style?

bennie

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This was the fourth marathon for Bennie, who basically has followed the leader in his older brother Graham, yet is finding a way to set his own pace.
The band was founded in 1995 by tuba player Bennie, trombone player Jerome 'Bay Bay' Jones and Harry 'Swamp Thang' Cook on bass drum.
My grandpa thought he could kill it," I tell Bennie, but he just looks across the road toward a coal train and the river out beyond.
A convenient bit of comparative mathematics between Miranda and Bennie reveals that some 20 years separate the two brothers.
Mick Laverty, chief executive of Advantage West Midlands, said Bennie Gray was right to champion the role of the entrepreneur in Birmingham's economy.
Ann Fender, 22, who is unemployed and from Guisborough; Chris Taylor, 16, from Linthorpe and currently on study leave; Al Freeman, 23, a student from Middlesbrough; Hilaire Agnama, 40, from Middlesbrough, who works at Teesside One World Centre; Kymba Bennie, 19, a student from Middlesbrough; Thomas Murray, a 19-year-old painter and decorator from Linthorpe
Blood tests revealed Bennie had traces of drugs including cocaine and prescribed diazepam and painkillers in her system, the high court in Glasgow heard.
It was 17 years ago that Kilman took in her 80-year-old father -- Bennie Starks Sr.
Angela Bennie, Creme de la Phlegm: Unforgettable Australian Reviews (UNSW Press, 2006)
Lance, this current generation of space leaders and leaders across our entire Air Force looked to General Bennie [Bernard] Schriever as the pioneer and father of space and missiles," Moseley said.
Op sy spoor is speurder-sersant Bennie Griessel, 'n randkarakter uit Feniks, wat tussendeur ook sy eie lewe en drankprobleem probeer uitsorteer.
Bennie Zak, whose career spanned the entire 50-year history of Clinical Chemistry, was a pioneer in our field and a beloved professor at Wayne State University School of Medicine, where he taught for more than 50 years.
This time around, Bennie, a six-foot blonde with proportions "positively Amazonian" and blue eyes free of makeup but marked with crows' feet, hasn't paid herself a salary in two months.
Young, hip lawyer Bennie Rosato runs a law firm of young women lawyers, all of who play by Bennie's rules, which are unlike those of most Philadelphia law firms.
First, his beloved grandmother Bennie Frances Davis, a hardworking maid who kept a spotless house, dressed to the nines for church, and adored and supported her grandbaby.