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benny

(bĕn′ē)
n. pl. ben·nies Slang
An amphetamine tablet taken as a stimulant.
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Benny More nacio el 24 de agosto de 1919 en Santa Isabel de las Lajas, en La Habana, una zona rural de Cuba.
Benny has always acknowledged that his fashion career was rather accidental.
When the Examiner originally reported the story, Danny Johnson said his friend Benny had been "well-loved" and that he had a wife and children.
Benny was found not far from where he originally went missing, reportedly stuck to a log and unable to move very much.
Chapter added that it would also be hosting Q&A sessions around the performance to discuss Benny Hill's work and whether his overriding legacy is one of "mirth or misogyny".
Neophytou then told police that Andreou had been involved in the quadruple murder, prompting his own admission to police, in which he also implicated Benny.
Benny, alter ego and creation of the store's operations manager of paint sales, Tim Stotler, is more than just a costumed mascot.
Salmon's choice of letting Benny narrate his own story is a smart one, allowing for profound observations about his bleak life to occur in his own voice -- from the struggles of having a diminished IQ to that of growing up poor and tormented.
NBA: Man behind Chicago's 'Benny the Bull' is retiring-reports
To celebrate the launch of their fantastic two courses for just PS11.95 offer, Frankie & Benny's are giving five lucky readers a meal for four.
She manages to keep Benny's voice authentic and still draw a rich cast of minor characters.