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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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Full information on all the places and half-term activities can be found at www.
There's also plenty of half-term fun to be had at the SeaQuarium in Rhyl, where you cam walk under the waves in an underwater tunnel and see sharks, rays and other oceanic creatures swimming over your head.
Those looking to buy last minute Tenerife holidays could get a good deal just in time for the October half-term.
Families heading off on the half-term getaway are being warned to take extra care on the roads as freezing temperatures create hazardous driving conditions.
MC) has found in a study that half-term breaks could be costlier than holidays taken during the end of the month.
MPs will have a half-term break next week - even though many schools, including in Worcestershire and Birmingham, take holidays this week.
THE kids may have only just gone back to school after the summer holidays for a new school year - but the first half-term will be here before you know it.
Many have specific activities programmed for half-term.
JOIN the commemorations for the centenary of the First World War this half-term.
The prize is for Sunday, February 15, at the start of the theme park's half-term opening week, and includes two days' entrance to the theme park and the waterpark, dinner and breakfast.
IF you went down to Cliffe House this half-term, you will have been sure of a big surprise.