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  • 1 Ten Cents — has several meanings:*Ten Cents, a worth of a dime *Ten Cents, a fictional character in TUGSee also* 10 cent coin …

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  • 2 Ten Cents (TUGS) — Ten Cents is a fictional character who appeared in the 1988 television series TUGS, created by the producers of Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends. Ten Cents character reflects that of Thomas from the sister series, as the light hearted, good… …

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  • 3 Ten Cents a Dance — Données clés Titre original Ten Cents a Dance Réalisation Lionel Barrymore Scénario Jo Swerling Dorothy Howell Acteurs principaux Barbara Stanwyck Ricardo Cortez …

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  • 4 Ten Cents a Dance — is a popular song whose persona is that of a taxi dancer.The music was written by Richard Rodgers, the lyrics by Lorenz Hart. The song was published in 1930.The song was originally written for Lee Morse who was acting in the musical Simple Simon …

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  • 5 Newfoundland ten cents — The Newfoundland ten cent coins exist as a bronze pattern with the adopted obverse from the New Brunswick coin (the words Newfoundland substitute New Brunswick). This design adoption is similar to that used for Newfoundland five cent coins. The… …

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  • 6 Ten, Twent, 'Thirt —    The phrase was a slang term for popular priced theatre attractions; that is, any theatre operation, whether an individual company or a whole circuit of theatres, for which the price of admission was 10, 20, or 30 cents, depending upon choice… …

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  • 7 ten-twenty-thirty — ˈ ̷ ̷ˈ ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷ˈ ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷ noun or ten twent thirt ˈ ̷ ̷ˈtwentˈthərt Etymology: so called from the prices in cents of seats : a cheap and typically melodramatic theatrical entertainment; also : a theater or touring company offering such… …

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  • 8 five-and-ten — | ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷| ̷ ̷ noun 1. : a store selling articles priced at 5 or 10 cents 2. : a variety store selling inexpensive articles of merchandise * * * /fuyv euhn ten /, n. 1. Also called five and ten cent store /fuyv euhn ten sent /, five and dime… …

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  • 9 Dix Cents Noir George Washington — Dix cents noir George Washington …

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  • 10 Dix cents noir george washington — Dix cents noir George Washington …

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  • 11 five-and-ten-cent store — five and ten [five and ten] (also five and ten cent store ; five and dime …

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  • 12 Dix cents noir George Washington — Année d émission 1847 Année de retrait 1851 Valeur faciale 10 cents Pays …

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  • 13 five-and-ten — /fuyv euhn ten /, n. 1. Also called five and ten cent store /fuyv euhn ten sent /, five and dime /fuyv euhn duym /, dime store, ten cent store. a store offering a wide assortment of inexpensive items, formerly costing five or ten cents, for… …

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  • 14 five-and-ten-cent store — ☆ five and ten cent store [fīv′ən ten′sent΄ ] n. a store that sells a wide variety of inexpensive merchandise, orig. with many articles priced at five or ten cents: also five and ten or five and dime [fīv′ən dīm′] n. * * * ➡ five and ten * * * …

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  • 15 five-and-ten-cent store — ☆ five and ten cent store [fīv′ən ten′sent΄ ] n. a store that sells a wide variety of inexpensive merchandise, orig. with many articles priced at five or ten cents: also five and ten or five and dime [fīv′ən dīm′] n …

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  • 16 five-and-ten-cent-store — store which carries a wide assortment of inexpensive items (formerly costing between five and ten cents) …

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  • 17 five-and-ten — noun Etymology: from the fact that all articles in such stores were formerly priced at either 5 or 10 cents Date: 1880 a retail store that carries chiefly inexpensive merchandise (as notions and household goods) called also five and dime …

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  • 18 tenpenny — ten•pen•ny [[t]ˈtɛnˌpɛn i, pə ni[/t]] adj. 1) bui noting a nail 3 in. (7.6 cm) in length. Symbol: 10d 2) worth or costing ten cents • Etymology: 1400–50 …

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  • 19 Tariff of 1790 — In 1790, Alexander Hamilton, the secretary of the treasury, calculated that the United States required $3 million a year for operating expenses as well as enough revenue to repay the estimated $75 million in foreign and domestic debt. Under the… …

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  • 20 List of recurring TUGS characters — Contents 1 Star Fleet 1.1 Ten Cents 1.2 Big Mac 1.3 O.J. 1.4 Top Hat …

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