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Benjamin

A slang term for a $100 bill in the United States. The term is derived from Benjamin Franklin, who appears on the $100 bill.
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According to Benjamin, art, or, more precisely, "what we used to call art," has receded from the body of its beholder.
Benjamin Smith stands four inches tall and has his name on his shirt.
In essence, the new bylaws have inserted an additional layer to further protect the public, explains Benjamin, a CPA and managing director for American Express Tax and Business Services.
Benjamin began by making bathtubs and other sanitary ware in thermoset fiberglass composites, but quickly moved into thermoforming ABS.
Today, Benjamin heads up a company that provides mechanical maintenance, cafeteria management, security guard services, janitorial services, and construction flagging services for utility and large construction companies.
Though of course he does not say that--he says it is God's morality," murmurs Benjamin.
Benjamin Ravid, a leading scholar of Venetian Jewry.
Most of the rest--including Karl Jaspers, Hannah Arendt, Carl Schmitt, Walter Benjamin, Alexandre Kojeve, and Michel Foucault--are wobbly Little Leaguers.
Benjamin Bruin sagged inside his blue-and-white baseball uniform.
The court heard that Mr Benjamin collapsed in the kitchen of his cousin's home in Harborne on March 26, while cooking dinner.
Whatever strain sixteen years of dealing with Benjamin have placed on Annie, it hasn't bent her physically.
SHERI BENJAMIN, president and CEO of the Benjamin Group/BSMG Worldwide, shared her expertise in corporate branding.