John Donahoe, president and CEO of eBay Inc., added his two cents: “Well, I like it when a women leans in, in any organization.”
Now free of Bravo's publicity shackles, she happily offered her two cents.
Even Fidel Castro decided to get his two cents in, with an editorial in the Cuban state media.
When we posted our list of ‘13 Most Useless College Majors’ yesterday, quite a few of you wanted to add your two cents.
Plus, he added his own two cents about what might best help someone combat a hairy morning-after experience.
No one offered to put up the two cents and so the curtain was saved.
I'll give you two cents a pound for as many as you want to sell.
The day of two cents or even $20 an acre land round San Antonio is forever past.
They preferred to save the two cents stamp money, as a general thing.
We also commented on the poor accommodation furnished second-class passengers on railway trains, though paying two cents a mile.
A quarter; twenty-five cents
[1730+; fr the quarter part of a Mexican real, which had eight bits]