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Beyond the basics, Lidl was recently awarded several accolades for its wine selection, most of which will only cost you a tenner.
The 'tenner', as it is known in Britain, has two clusters of dots in the top corner to help blind and partially sighted people identify the note, and is decorated with a gold foil image of Austen's burial place.
The bills in circulation will gradually evolve toward Austen as the current Darwin 'tenners' are withdrawn from circulation through next Spring.
The new note is replacing a tenner featuring Charles Darwin.
A tenner, as it's commonly known in Britain, doesn't go that far anymore.
The fact that the quote on the Jane Austen tenner is said by Caroline Bingley is ironic.
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Definition of tenner for English Language Learners
: a ten-pound note
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