He worked for a hedge fund, D.E. Shaw, where he made a ton of money.
Bork's textualism was also not likely to overturn a ton of democratically created laws.
This has obviously gone down like a ton of bricks with Andrew and Edward, who see their brother attempting a not-very subtle coup.
The Daily Pic: In 1969, Richard Serra risked it all with one ton of lead.
Steve Jobs created the iPod, sold it to all of us and both made our lives better and made a ton of money for Apple.
Most of the methods in vogue contain some good points—about a grain of truth to a ton of mere ballast.
A ton on some other planet, where the attraction of gravity is less, does not weigh half a ton.
"You've brought five ton of gold coin to the vault," he said, his eyes agleam.
We only got a ton after all, when we should have liked a dozen or fourteen tons!
They ruled the world of ton—especially interesting themselves in toilet matters.
late 14c., tonne, unit for measuring the carrying capacity of a ship, originally "space occupied by a tun or cask of wine," thus identical to tun (q.v.). The two words were not differentiated until 1680s. The measure of weight is first recorded late 15c.; the spelling ton is from 1530s, and became firmly established 18c.