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the cardinal number that is the sum of nine and one

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But the eroding impact of inflation over time means a tenner has a relative purchasing power of only 13p, compared with what it could have bought in 1817 - the year of Austen's death - Aviva found.
Learn more about the Genius is Common[c] movement and hear what MDonnell Tenner notes as his genius.
MATCHLESS a non-smoking tenner (You can't win matches if
And to help in the search, Tenner relied on social media--including custom-designed websites to educate talent on prepping and presenting.
The Tenner scheme is run by Young Enterprise, the enterprise education charity, and has involved thousands of young people since its inception in 2007.
One in four of those polled by T-Mobile put the royal bridesmaid as favourite to boot naturalist Charles Darwin off the back of the tenner.
If they think we are going to hand over a tenner to that lot down the road they have got another think coming.
STRUGGLE: But then onlooker Kevin steps up to take the suitcase, right; HONEST: Ryan, with pal, reaches for the tenner to give to our girl; PICK ME UP: Jo stops to give our girl a hand after goods spill from her bag; HELPFUL: Jo; KIND: Rita; RIGHT NOTE: Rita goes after the pounds 10 to hand back to rightful owner; HEY, MISS: Johnny sees tenner and returns it; SMILE: Ryan; PASS THE PARCEL: Derek finds wrapped gift and hands it to our girl
I asked for a tenner on my selection and handed over my pounds 20 and got a tenner change.
Rix said: "At Oxford I would say to the chairman I need a tenner to feed an extra player on the trip.
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 first developed this insight eight years ago in a prescient essay, "The Paradoxical Proliferation of Paper," in which he pointed out the obvious but unacknowledged fact that the computerized office was spewing forth far more printed documents than its low-tech and supposedly paper-cluttered predecessor.
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.