century note

century note

n. a one-hundred-dollar bill. (see also C-note.) I got a couple of century notes for driving these guys home from the bank.
See also: century, note
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He completely converted me to the style of the early English watercolourists and from then onwards I produced funny little drawings in brown ink and drab colours on lovely paper out of 18th Century note books with which he supplied me.
For example, in the early 20th Century notes were issued by the Bank of England's network of regional branches, the forerunners of the Bank's modern-day Agency network, including the one in Newcastle.
An essay on Sankara's thought in conversation with Islam in the seventeenth century notes the broad variety of Swidler's interreligious interests.
Referring to the plus points of Bangalore, the top executive from Century notes that it has excellent weather, a vast talent pool and is a cosmopolitan city.
The black and white 19th century notes are emblazoned with "Tees Bank" or "Stockton-on-Tees Bank" or "Stockton & Darlington Commercial Bank" Two notes alone are expected to sell for up to PS240 each.
The 18th and 19th century notes are set to fetch between PS5,000 and PS7,000 at an auction.
David Pratt's essay on English law in the tenth century notes a shift towards the king as the source of law and legal authority.
Read handed out century notes to 10 employees whose names were drawn at random, sprinkling the giveaways throughout a companywide presentation that had the feel of a pep rally.
In a recent issue of Nineteenth Century Notes, the newsletter of SABR's nineteenth century committee, Frederick Ivor-Campbell defines a team as "the players, managers, and coaches, the people who actually play the game," and a club as "the organization and the people who make it up: directors, administrators, staff, [and] players.
For an excellent summary of this franchise, see Ivor-Campbell's recent article in Nineteenth Century Notes.
20th Century Notes, Coleshill Operatic Society, Coleshill Town Hall (to Saturday).
The perspective at the end of the century notes the increasing importance of market forces rather than reliance on economic regulation in guiding transportation investment, rates, service, and operations.