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  • I have the foie gras and the filet, then the strawberry tiramisu with a fifty-dollar port.

    Get Laid or Die Trying

  • This old dude I recognized as one of the maintenance men for the Housing Authority was still in his uniform and holding up a fifty-dollar bill.

    Real wifeys

  • He peeled off four fifty-dollar bills and leaned forward to shove them in the pocket of my apron.

    Real wifeys

  • Well, you left them about a fifty-dollar tip—which I guess is cool for shopping after hours.

    Surrender the Dark

  • I heard that he had taken a fifty-dollar bet from Richard that he would never cut it again.

    The Adults

  • If you give me a fifty-dollar gift certificate from Barnes and Noble and I go blow it all on mysteries and romances and Venti lattes, you can't come ask for it back on the grounds you were hoping I'd use it to buy Will Bunch's book and the new Cheever bio.

    Breaking bad contracts

  • To me, it just looks like a fifty-dollar undershirt.

    Lloyd Garver: Metrosexual, Schmetrosexual

  • During its two-term regime, the Bush administration spent taxpayer dollars like a drunken redneck at 7-11 holding a winning fifty-dollar scratch 'n win:

    Brock Cohen: Taking Our Country Back From the Cult of Curmudgeon

  • And maybe he thought that night while he was walking the deck alone about throwing them both overboard, the bracelet and the fifty-dollar bill, about winding his arm and hurling them over the rail, the money fluttering into the darkness, the bracelet sinking to the bottom of the ocean, lost forever as so many things must have been lost before.

    Boys and Girls Like You and Me

  • Reaching into a side pocket, he pulled out a fat wad of fifty-dollar bills.

    Dancing with the Devil

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