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halfpenny

, ha'penny
1. a small British coin worth half a new penny, withdrawn from circulation in 1985
2. an old British coin worth half an old penny
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You could see by the profile of the Queen that the ha'penny had been minted in another age.
Beer was a penny ha'penny a glass so he must have had a good lunch for fourpence ha'penny," wrote Andrews.
Activities running throughout the week include a guided walk through Ha'Penny Woods, a mini beast wildlife safari, a moth watching evening and barbecue on the dunes at Seaton Sluice and a wildlife cycle ride around Cramlington.
FRANKIE DETTORI, who was paying his first visit to the course for more than two years, landed an 83-1 four-timer on Samhari, Murzim, Bandit Queen and Penny Ha'Penny, writes Colin Russell.
A blow-away tuppenny ha'penny Trot out to raise his own profile.
John had been staying at the Occupy Dame Street camp and was walking over the Ha'penny Bridge at about 5am on Christmas morning.
Ha'Penny Beacon has taken a while to get the hang of things but Declan Carroll's nicely-bred Erhaab filly looks to have found her feet this year.
Their Ha'Penny Bridge model, which is 20ft long, more than 2ft high and 2ft wide, took two years to construct from wood and steel.
Unfortunately you cannot have your ha'penny and your bun.
Ha'penny Woods by the south bank of the River Blyth from Bebside towards Humford takes its name from the fact that walkers were asked to pay a toll to go through the woods.
Next time out, the winner was second in a handicap off a mark of 64, while Penny Ha'Penny has subsequently progressed to win twice, including a Newcastle handicap off 62.
For a ha'penny, readers were treated to 10 pages of news and features, as well as pictures of historical events.