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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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Binyomin Jacobs, interview by Manfred Gerstenfeld, "Rabbijn in een polariserende samenleving," Het Verval 176.
He is survived by his wife, Rochelle Fogelman; his children Bassie Levin of Worcester, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Fogelman of Worcester and Rabbi Levi Yitzchok Fogelman of Natick, R'Shmuel Binyomin Fogelman of Los Angeles, Sheva Liberow of Worcester, R'Mordechai Fogelman of Crown Heights, N.
Rabbi Binyomin Jacobs, chief rabbi of the interprovincial rabbinate, tells that he, together with a non-Jewish psychologist, once entered a train full of Feyenoord supporters.
Wilhelm, a powerful lay leader of the institution and a son of a founder, the octogenarian Binyomin Wilhelm (known affectionately as "old man Wilhelm"), heard this rumor while dancing next to me.
Rabbi Binyomin Forst lists the kosher animals as "cows, goats, sheep, deer, bison, gazelle, antelope, ibex, addax, and giraffe.