- n. Plural form of Franklin.
“As Benjamin Franklins so aptly stated, "Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little liberty will deserve neither and lose both.”
“Our founding fathers were intelligent men and Benjamin Franklins quote that "an armed society is a polite society" is one that I try to live by.”
“PHILADELPHIA - With history around every corner - and probably next door to a cheesesteak place - you won't need to spend a lot of Benjamins (Franklins, that is) for a great trip to the City of Brotherly Love.”
“Of the roughly $625 billion in "Franklins" in circulation, less than 1/100 of one percent is reported counterfeit, according to the Treasury Department.”
“During each major wave of immigration, anti-immigrant appeals such as Franklins 'emerged.”
“Orthogonians weren't working-class, exactly, but nevertheless there was a real authenticity to their revolt against the glamorous ones – the "Franklins" – who lorded it over them.”
“Franklins" in circulation, less than 1/100 of one percent is reported counterfeit, according to the Treasury Department.”
“I need two pairs of those “Franklins”, one pair to wear and the other pair for a Center piece on my living table!”
“The only ones I would consider would be the Franklins.”
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