- n. a United States bill worth 100 dollars
“With a half-nod toward thriftiness in these tough economic times, here are some gifts to consider that won't cost more than a C-note. uNu battery case for iPhones $35 for the Power DX-1700B model.”
“In July, you'll be able to buy the DXG-125V, which shoots 720p video using H. 264 compression along with 3 MP still pics, for less than a C-note.”
“Or you could pocket an extra C-note and get the original model for $399.”
“She watched the cop pull out a huge wad of bills and slide a C-note across the bar.”
“The soundtrack to this film is so difficult to obtain in its original CD or tape format that genuine copies can go for as much as a C-note (seriously).”
“And he always shook my hand when he left — with a crisp C-note for the Saint!”
“If, however, a columnist has twice in his lifetime found a C-note just waiting to be scooped (bad journalism pun 15 yard penalty) up, then he might be justified in pounding out the keystrokes required for a column with a "Has Anyone Else Noticed ...?" style headline.”
“Moe shook hands with them both and wished them well, then reached into his wallet and pulled out a C-note, a little something to help them get a start.”
“Throw in a C-note, and get a kilo of carbon credits.”
“Benjamin Franklin will remain on the C-note, which is the highest value denomination in general circulation.”
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