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tenner

n. a ten-dollar bill. (see also fiver.) For a tenner, the bum led Marlowe to the place where the crate still lay in the alley.
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Astonishingly, many pro clubs baulk at even paying the tenner, claiming the kids were out of registration with their youth clubs when they moved.
The relay marked the launch of this year's Young Enterprise Tenner Challenge - Britain's biggest nationwide enterprise competition for young people.
Under the leadership of founder and president Lisa Tenner, Tenner and Associates has earned a reputation as a Las Vegas-based branding and marketing company, with a focus on talent-building and brand marketing skills in the corporate world.
The relay marks the launch of this year's Young Enterprise Tenner Challenge, a nationwide competition for young people, which will see more than 25,000 school pupils across the UK competing to turn their PS10 into a larger sum of money over a period of a month.
Year eight pupils at President Kennedy School, in Rookery Lane, Holbrooks, are set to take part in the Tenner Challenge.
THE Empire has launched a Ticket for a Tenner initiative aimed at the city's student population.
The 27-year-old's butt fame has gone so far that experts have mocked up a tenner, complete with her famous curvy bottom, the Daily Star reported.
Arsenal have written to us to ask for another tenner but we've got our tickets and there is nothing they can do," said one Arsenal fan.
THE TENNER: There's another good result when Shawn Birch, 19, bends down and grabs our tenner just a second after it touches the ground.
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.
GRAHAMRIX brought around pounds 2million worth of talent to Hearts during the transfer window - but in his last job at Oxford he had to beg his boss for a TENNER.
Tenner picks up the slack by explaining, for instance, how touch-typing followed the development of the typewriter keyboard and how different types of footwear affect a walker's gait.
The workers were unaware the symbolic tenner was on its way to them when they arrived at work, exactly one year to the day when John Towers, now chairman of MG Rover, drove into the plant as the new management took over.
Contrary to futurist Alvin Toffler's prediction in The Third Wave that "making paper copies of anything is a primitive use of (electronic word processing) machines and violates their spirit," Edward Tenner noticed that, in his workplace, the use of personal computers, networking, and electronic mail had not reduced the amount of paper being used.
They defeated Malibu 4-0 on Monday, with goals scored by Alexis Tenner, Jessie Armacost, Lizette Barajas and Brooke Niles.