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tenner

A ten-pound note.
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Tenners don't grow on trees but it doesn't mean our grassroots should be sold short.
Those who can write fluently with pencil and paper are best able to use the computer's powers of revision," Tenner writes.
Pupils at Blackwood Comprehensive School who turned PS10 into PS118 in the Young Enterprise Tenner Relay
And yet," Tenner says, "programs like the ones at Metro TeenAIDS are essential to ensure that young people are accessing and remaining in care.
The Grow Your Tenner campaign was made possible by a grant of PS500,000 from the Office for Civil Society.
Mr Jones said: "Make Your Mark with a Tenner harnesses the unrivalled energy and creativity of young people.
Amy Barrett of Pembrokeshire College was one of 10,000 pupils lent pounds 10 as part of the Make Your Mark with a Tenner initiative.
But things got steamy when some of the sizzling biker babes decided to get out of gear and offer topless bike washes for a tenner.
If you think your comic talents could win you a tenner, send your captions for this competition to Gareth Bicknell,Peoplepost,Daily Post,PO Box 202,Vale Road,Llandudno Junction,Conwy,LL319ZD,or visit the web site and play on line.
Word has it that the person has finished each of the last couple of seasons a few grand up without having staked more than a tenner a point.
LAS VEGAS -- Lisa and Mark Tenner are a dynamic husband and wife team who have carved out a special niche bringing their expertise to the gaming industry.
I'd just been paid a tenner to go on a - albeit pretty boring, washing powder was involved - trolley well, basket actually, dash.