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twopence

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a former British silver coin, now only coined as Maundy money
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The mascot, named Tuppence, was conceived by creative veteran and Fathom employee Chris Hoke.
"There was no getting him out!" Kat's six-year-old daughter Emily finally managed to coax the Yorkshire Terrier, called Tuppence, out from his hiding place when she woke up to the commotion.
I OFFER my tuppence worth on the Gianluigi Buffon debate, by asking this: Did anyone say Zindene Zidane shouldn't have been sent off in the World Cup final because it was his last game?
Our tuppence worth is that, as with most things Arcade Fire, it doesn't make immediate sense.
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David Walliams (Little Britain) and Jessica Raine (Call the Midwife) team up in this jolly English romp following the travails of husband and wife sleuths, Tommy and Tuppence Beresford, two of the lesser known characters created by famed crime writer Agatha Christie.
Tommy and Tuppence feel certain they have identified the spy staying at the Sans Souci - only for their suspect to turn up dead.
DRAMA Tommy and Tuppence (David Walliams and Jessica Raine, above) weather a storm in their relationship when he flies solo to help Major Carter find a missing nuclear scientist.
three-part adventure for crimesolving couple Tommy and Tuppence. Major Carter realises could be a leak in the department and is not sure who to trust.
But asking us to believe Tommy Beresford fancies the pants off his wife Tuppence is like asking us to believe he wears the trousers.
Agatha Christie's Partners in Crime sees her team up with David Walliams as ordinary married couple Tuppence and Tommy Beresford who find themselves thrust into a web of international espionage when they meet a young girl on a return train from Paris who subsequently vanishes.
THE reason I am executive producer is because I came to the owners of Christie with the idea of bringing Tommy and Tuppence to a new TV audience.