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  • The money, all in American twenty-dollar gold pieces, was put in two sacks and was carried out the door.

    The Path Between the Seas

  • Finally receiving that blessing in late September 1973, I ran down Fenimore Street in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn screaming, “I got Willie Mays,” at the top of my lungs, rejecting a twenty-dollar offer for the card, going upstairs...and watching highlights of his retirement ceremony.

    One Season

  • I climb into the front seat and only belatedly realize that some sort of tip is expected, but I have nothing except twenty-dollar bills, and this would be too much.

    Between Expectations

  • No one had a twenty-dollar bill, but Emma had a five-dollar bill left over from her birthday money.

    Ruby Lu Star of the Star of the Show

  • I reach into my pocket and give her a twenty-dollar bill and walk away.

    Joseph’s Grace

  • The woman counted the twenty-dollar bills first, but then stopped and raised her eyebrows when she saw the two hundreds.

    Bubble in the Bathtub

  • I guess you could just as easily put a twenty-dollar bill in, or even a fifty.

    intertribal: this was brought to me by a mother. of children.

  • Enter one beer - and burrito-fueled 16-year-old nephew, Cray (think supercomputers), who is busy distributing his dad's forged twenty-dollar notes, a gorgeous singer named Marianne, who has her own scam going to support a hospitalised mother, and a vengeful, wealthy, Mafia-style fruit importer nicknamed Banana Man who's after one of Ross's fingers.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • Category: lysander spooner, norm dicks, tea parties, twenty-dollar bill

    The woman with the twenty-dollar bill. - Moe_Lane’s blog - RedState

  • I retrieve my handbag and sweater from the adjacent chair, lay a twenty-dollar bill on the table, stand up and look back at the puzzled expression of the waiter.

    Death by Dinner


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