An ode to Meryl Streep's brilliant selfie, taken at a Lakers game with 50 cent and Kobe Bryant.
His highly publicized negotiations with Glacéau gave rapper 50 cent a minority stake in the beverage company.
This inveterate list maker also loved minutiae; in his copious account books, he kept track of every cent he ever spent.
It stayed at the top for three days, out-pacing tracks by Maroon 5, Kendrick Lamar, and 50 cent.
He knows every trick and conspires to use them all—he is a billionaire who spends every cent.
He doesn't know either that he can do more with a quarter than with a cent.
"Not a cent;" and Mr. Goodridge hurried Sim towards the hotel.
There's fellers 'ud hand over any sense they ever collected fer the dame that's had savvee to buy a fi' cent perfume.
We commenced sporting and gambling, and lost every cent of our money.
The Portuguese rei is used for copper money, worth about 1/8 of a cent.
late 14c., from Latin centum "hundred" (see hundred). Middle English meaning was "one hundred," but it shifted 17c. to "hundredth part" under influence of percent. Chosen in this sense in 1786 as a name for a U.S. currency unit by Continental Congress. The word first was suggested by Robert Morris in 1782 under a different currency plan. Before the cent, Revolutionary and colonial dollars were reckoned in ninetieths, based on the exchange rate of Pennsylvania money and Spanish coin.