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benny

(bĕn′ē)
n. pl. ben·nies Slang
An amphetamine tablet taken as a stimulant.
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For the rest of his life, Benny Benson would be honored as the person who designed the Alaskan flag--which many have called the most beautiful flag of all.
Benny spent two weeks in a coma and was so ill he was given just a 10 per cent chance of surviving.
Finally granted a trial period of three months in vaudeville, Benny went on the road playing his violin under his real name of Benjamin Kubelsky.
We were initially unaware it was Benny who was coming to us an emergency, but when he arrived in the department we recognised him and it was such a shock.
Benny gives Berrie a piggy back at South Staffordshire College
About Benny Weksler: a short profile by and about the honoree:
This isn't going to be just for fans of the Sole elliptical trainer and treadmill products, but one where people are able to openly share their opinions and ideas," says Benny.
The cast also includes Cllr Les Rowlands, and Her Benny veteran, presenter Johnny Kennedy.
Benny and Rani stuck to their stand that they wanted to get married despite pressure from various quarters and finally had their way.
Ms Benny's body was accompanied to India by her husband Benny Benedict and the couple's 10-month-old daughter Angelina.
Benny visited Rick the rock, Sidney the snail, and William the worm.
John Radanovich is the author of 'Wildman of Rhythm: The Life and Music of Benny More" (ISBN978-0-8130-3234-4; University Press of Florida; price $24.