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tenner

1. slang A ten-dollar bill or a sum of ten dollars. This restaurant is incredibly good value. For just a tenner you can get an appetizer, an entrée, and a dessert!
2. slang A ten-pound note or a sum of ten pounds. Ah, bollocks, I forgot my wallet. Can you lend me a tenner, mate?
3. slang A ten-euro note or a sum of ten euros. This dress is marked down from €35 to just a tenner!

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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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.
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The Tenner scheme is run by Young Enterprise, the enterprise education charity, and has involved thousands of young people since its inception in 2007.
THE TENNER: Smiling Ryan Clayton, 23, scored another goodwill point for the Northerners after racing after our reporter with the note.
I asked for a tenner on my selection and handed over my pounds 20 and got a tenner change.
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Then let the Daily Post help with a golden tenner. (NB, the tenners are not actually gold.
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.
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.
Tenner's master idea is that technological developments often (indeed, nearly always) have "revenge effects": unforeseen consequences that create new problems or undo existing solutions to old problems.
In a 6-1 decision, the court said Toni Tenner had some control over the "switching" of her personalities and, therefore, failed to prove her mental illness interfered with her ability to distinguish right from wrong.
Koeppel Tenner Riguardi represented the tenant, according to Crain's New York Business.
"|Recomplicating' is another ironic consequence of the simplifying abilities of computers," Tenner wrote.
VICTORIA Beckham has revealed she doesn't drink wine that costs less than a tenner.
The Darwin tenner is the oldest English note in circulation, having been in our purses and wallets since 2000.