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Slang. See C (def. 10).
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Noun1.C-note - a United States bill worth 100 dollarsc-note - a United States bill worth 100 dollars
bank bill, bank note, banker's bill, banknote, Federal Reserve note, government note, greenback, bill, note - a piece of paper money (especially one issued by a central bank); "he peeled off five one-thousand-zloty notes"
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They're titled the "Clash LT" from Blauer, and they set me back a C-note.
All this came in at a little over a C-note. The people sitting alongside our bar stools engaged in conversation with us.
As a new-product junkie, it was foregone that I'd swap a C-note for something called CBD, a cannabis extract promising relief from pain and anxiety, the twin banes of baby boomers recently awakened to the realization that, though their spirits be forever young, their joints definitively are not.
C-Note has a new escape plan, but fears it will not be executed quickly enough, as Cyclops is trailing closely behind.
When he finished writing up the bill, there was also an "Equipment Fee" of $15 (because he had to use "a very specialized tool" to clear the drain) and--I'm not making this up--there was a "Truck Fee" of $12 since he needed "a truck" to schlep his very specialized tools (wasn't that covered by the initial C-note?).
That being said I've never regretted the single C-Note handed over about 20 years ago for a Hungarian-made PA-63.
"Got a C?" he asked again, and to explain that he meant a C-note, he added, "It's a hundred dollars a brick."
Anyone out there ever slipped a C-note to a tradesman at McCormick Place to get something clone quicker or to look the other way so you can do it yourself?
Michaels has served as the exclusive capital advisor to Winthrop Realty Trust in connection with its obtaining equity and debt financing for its acquisition of the $117.9 Million C-Note in a $798 million first mortgage encumbering a 4.5 million s/f 41-property portfolio of office assets situated throughout Southern California.
What does the Bar imagine is going to happen with "30 hours for a C-Note?"
Fortress Investments will also participate for A$1M in the company's proposed C-note funding facility.
So when a truly entertaining midwinter comedy finally appears, it's the moviegoing equivalent of finding, say, a C-note stashed under your pillow.