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Synonyms for halfpenny

an English coin worth half a penny


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say you'll give me the halfpenny now," he said, with difficulty, while he exerted himself to keep the command of Bob's arms.
Bob took the halfpenny out of his pocket, and threw it away from him on the ground.
returns Deputy, having caught the halfpenny, and appearing by this mystic word to express his assent to the arrangement.
LEIGH HALFPENNY rolled back the years - five of them - as Wales slapped a glove across Eddie Jones's face before next week's duel with England at Twickenham.
When fit, Halfpenny has been long been one of the first names etched on the Wales team-sheet, a rock at the back with a reputation as one of the deadliest kickers in world rugby.
WALES head coach Warren Gatland hailed the return of Leigh Halfpenny to his homeland as "great news for Welsh rugby".
WASPS say they have "moved on" from trying to sign Leigh Halfpenny as another door closes on the Wales star.
LEIGH HALFPENNY has given the Lions a massive boost by confirming his availability for the start of the New Zealand tour.
A Gareth Davies try was then converted by Halfpenny but Landajo crossed from close range for a try that Sanchez converted.
LEIGH Halfpenny will end a 14-month absence from the Test match arena tomorrow - and immediately resume the high-pressure role of principal goalkicker.
IF Jonathan Davies and Leigh Halfpenny really are on their way home from France sooner than expected, the benefits for Welsh rugby will be felt in both the short and long term.
WALES 23 iTALy 19 WALES are playing an anxious waiting game before knowing the full extent of injuries suffered by Rhys Webb and Leigh Halfpenny during their final World Cup warm-up game against Millennium Stadium visitors Italy.
Known locally as Half- Halfpenny Bridge, from the halfpenny toll to cross, all that remains today is the former toll house which has been converted into a private home.
A STAFFORDSHIRE vineyard is reaping the rewards of this year's harvest with the expansion of its Halfpenny Green premises with financial support from Barclays.
LEIGH HALFPENNY could be excused if he felt in a hurry to make up for lost time on next month's British and Irish Lions tour.