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half

1. half a pint, esp of beer
2. Scot a small drink of spirits, esp whisky
3. Golf an equal score on a hole or round with an opponent
4. (in various games) either of two periods of play separated by an interval (the first half and second half)
5. short for halfpenny
6. Sport short for halfback

What does it mean when you dream about a half of something?

The notion of half can be expressed in dreams in a number of different ways. A door half open can indicate indecision. If cut in half, one is in conflict with oneself, between one’s mind and one’s body.

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Here was another defining game defined by destruction, another landmark test spectacularly flunked before Wenger's clock struck half past one.
My understanding is the referee arrived at the ground between one o'clock and half past one.
Friend I used to wish you'd at least leave by half past one, I used to secretly curse when the clock struck two And you were still here grumbling about your mate John, At last I had to speak, the fuse finally blew, A simple twist of fate, and it was bye to you, And with that one 'bye' and you, all my 'bye-byes' flew, I haven't had a wink of sleep since you've been gone, Another 5am comes with nothing at all, Oh stars and seas, how much longer will this go on?
We had a pitch inspection at half past one when it was a little bit dodgy and we knew the temperatures would plummet.
Kirby Elizabeth Lann and Louis Brock Allen, both of Aberdeen, were married at half past one in the afternoon on November 13,2010 at Faith Presbyterian Church in Aberdeen.
To say there were no alarms would not be quite accurate, considering a drone rang out from Centre Court for a good minute just shortly before half past one.
IT'S Sunday, half past one, and as the gravy's being poured the wireless (yes, wireless, not radio) blasts out the familiar, raucous clarion call that became the nation's sound track to Sunday dinner (yes dinner, not lunch).
Roy, from Maes y Pare, Hal ton, near Chirk, said:" At ten to one my secretary told me I'd better go home and by the time I'd got there from Chester it was half past one and it was clear Alison wasn't going anywhere.
It also happened at half past one in the morning, which didn't help.
I'm usually finished at Kidderminster by half past one so I've most afternoons free.