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designed to sell quickly without concern for quality

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Catchpenny looks to the community for donations of gently used clothing (adult and children), shoes, jewelry, books, housewares and toys.
"stealing, lying, catchpenny German blackguard YOUNG WINSTON VENTS FEELINGS ON TEACHER
At the very least, it might deter publishers from granting generous advances to yet more catchpenny titles.
Nonetheless, the beginnings of this branch of literature were humble indeed: ephemeral, street-hawked single-sheet ballads, penny and halfpenny broadsides, catchpenny prints, pamphlets, chapbooks and moralities, inspired by contemporarily famous and fascinating pieces of mischief, and embroidered with dire, cautionary, tongue-in-hypocritical-cheek admonishments - religious, philosophic, 'improving'.
Catchpenny ballads speculating on the likely result were sold on the streets.
Wolverhampton 5.50 Kersivay, 6.50 Catchpenny, 7.20 Seamster, 8.20 Youcanalwaysdream.
WOLVERHAMPTON: 5.50 Speak The Truth, 6.20 Quince, 6.50 Catchpenny, 7.20 Riveria Chic, 7.50 Gifted Heir, 8.20 Liberty Lady, 8.50 Snow Dancer, 9.20 Dutiful.
NAOMI MATTHEW: 5.50 Speak The Truth, 6.20 Quince, 6.50 Catchpenny, 7.20 Riveria Chic, 7.50 Gifted Heir, 8.20 Liberty Lady, 8.50 Snow Dancer, 9.20 Dutiful.
SOUTHWELL: 2.10 Primo De Vida, 2.40 Mubrook, 3.15 Nightjar, 3.50 Tanley, 4.25 Mannlichen, 5.00 Ingleby Arch, 5.30 Catchpenny. DOUBLE: Australia Day and Calusa Caldera
SOUTHWELL: 2.10 Primo De Vida, 2.40 Mubrook, 3.15 Nightjar, 3.50 Tanley, 4.25 Mannlichen, 5.00 Ingleby Arch, 5.30 Catchpenny. DOUBLE: Australia Day and Red Moloney FIVE TO FOLLOW IT took a while for the penny to drop for TASTE THE VICTORY or he would have grabbed the verdict at York on his racecourse debut instead of being beaten a short-head by the more experienced Karaka Jack.
At a time when crass, catchpenny titles pour from the presses, it is that unusual thing: A new book that matters.
It certainly soars above the catchpenny variety produced by players who, on the strength of a few Tests, feel it necessary to churn out the first of what will be probably be a number of autobiographies.
Saddled with a catchpenny English title that makes pic sound like a psychothriller, this neatly directed dramedy provides a fine showcase for talented actress Heike Makatsch, here also co-writing and co-producing, in her second outing with Herzog after 2005's U.S.-set "Almost Heaven." Film's quieter revelation, however, is 22-year-old up-and-comer Anna Maria Muehe as the perceptive younger sister.
McKenna limits his discussion to plays that "either directly or indirectly confront issues of sectarian conflict" (1), and within these parameters he examines a fairly representative sample: Stewart Parker's Catchpenny Twist, Northern Star, and Pentecost; Brian Friel's The Freedom of the City and Volunteers; John Wilson Haire's Within Two Shadows; Martin Lynch's The Interrogation of Ambrose Fogarty; Graham Reid's The Death of Humpty Dumpty and The Closed Door, Kenneth Branagh's Public Enemy; Patrick Galvin's We Do It for Love; Frank McGuinness's Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme and Carthaginians; Christina Reid's Did You Hear the One about the Irishman?
(65) Dealers in 'catchpenny publications' like the Guardian conjured up imaginary distinctions and grievances for their own knavish advantage.