noun, plural ben·nies.Slang.
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Benny stopped being a lothario and developed into an aspiring businessman.How In the Heights went from a student musical to one of the summer’s biggest movies|Constance Grady|June 11, 2021|Vox
That guy’s played by Chris Jackson, who played Benny on Broadway and later, George Washington in Hamilton.The long-awaited In the Heights movie is electrifying and perfectly timed|Alissa Wilkinson|May 21, 2021|Vox
When Gary Landsman prays, he imagines he is in Israel and his sons Benny and Josh are running toward him.
It will be a month before doctors know if the new gene is functioning in Benny’s brain, but likely much longer to know of any effect on his symptoms.
The result, for Benny and Josh, is that the boys can’t speak or control their limbs, and their cognition is limited.
The law professor, Benny Tai, urged the students to “retreat and take the spirit of the Umbrella Movement into the community.”
Jack Benny, whom he had watched on TV as a teenager to learn the art of comic timing!
Now Benny lifted his head up, slapped his knee, and laughed so hard that he almost tumbled over backward.
Cavett was pointing at Benny and looking into the camera, as if to say to the audience at home: Can you believe this?
Jack Benny, whom he had first heard on the radio when he was a boy in the projects!
Benny was never too cross to listen to the wonderful stories his sister Violet could tell about Cinnamon Bear.
Benny tumbled into it with a great sigh of satisfaction, while his sisters tucked the hay around him.
The children were so hungry that they tore it with their teeth like little dogs, but Benny was nearly crying.
"Come and get a clean towel," said Jess, who noticed that Benny was already "picking into" his own mouth.
Benny and Violet scrambled through the underbrush to the place Jess pointed out, and investigated.