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WHAT DOES HA'PENNIES MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Halfpenny, half penny, or ha'penny may refer to: Coins: ▪ Halfpenny ▪ Halfpenny ▪ Halfpenny ▪ Halfpenny ▪ Halfpenny ▪ New Zealand half penny coin ▪ The St. Patrick halfpenny, 17th century ▪ Scottish halfpenny coin, pre-Union ▪ Half cent Other: ▪ Halfpenny ▪ Ha'penny, by Jo Walton ▪ Ha'penny Bridge, over the Liffey in Dublin ▪ Halfpenny Bridge, over the Thames in Lechlade, Gloucestershire, England ▪ Halfpenny Gate, village in County Down, Northern Ireland ▪ Halfpenny Rose Red, a postage stamp from the reign of Queen Victoria.
The translations of ha'pennies from English to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «ha'pennies» in English.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «HA'PENNIES» OVER TIME
The graph expresses the annual evolution of the frequency of use of the word «ha'pennies» during the past 500 years. Its implementation is based on analysing how often the term «ha'pennies» appears in digitalised printed sources in English between the year 1500 and the present day.
Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about ha'pennies
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HA'PENNIES»
Discover the use of ha'pennies in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to ha'pennies and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Kisses and Ha'Pennies
Set in 19th century London where fate flings two very different girls together with a stunning revelation about the past, and each learns the value of a true friend -- a friend to share the bad times as well as the good.
Beryl Kingston, 2003
The Strand Magazine
Cauliflower to-night; the six men'll all be there, and you must buy six ha'pennies
ofi" of them ; one each.” “Buy six lia'pennies?" ses Joe, staring at her. “ Don't
repeat wot I say,” ses Mrs. Prince; “it's unlucky. You buy six ha'pennies for a
George Newnes, 1902
Cauliflower tonight; the six men'll all be there, and you must buy six ha'pennies
off of them ; one each.” “ Buy six ha'pennies?” ses Joe, staring at her. “ Don't
repeat wot I say,"ses Mrs. Prince; “it's unlucky. You buy six ha'pennies for a
"Buy six ha'pennies?" ses Joe, staring at her. "Don't repeat wot I say," ses Mrs.
Prince; "it's unlucky. You buy six ha'pennies for a shilling each, without saying
wot it's for. You'll be able to buy 'em all right if you're civil." "It seems to me it don't
William Wymark Jacobs, 1906
'Oh no,' Taylor said airily, 'just that the bird those feathers came from spent its life
flying in ever decreasing circles, with the inevitable result.' 'Watch it' Andrews
warned darkly, 'or else I'll let on aboutyour set of shove-ha'pennies.' 'What about ...
Dudley Pope, 2001
The Mad Artist: Psychonautic Adventures in the 1970s
The object of the game is to score points by getting the ha'pennies to rest
between the lines of the various horizontal berths that make up the slate. The
further away the berths, the harder they are to score in, and the hat is a semicircle
Roger Keen, 2010
... public come in through the one front-of-house door, which opens onto a lobby
with a ticket office, and doors from that into the stalls, stairs straight up to the circle
, and smaller stairs going all the way up to the upper circle and the ha'pennies.
Jo Walton, 2008
A few times Katriona left one of her last ha'pennies on a doorstep, or tied up in
the farmer's kerchief hung over his pitchfork, or by the sink in the dairy for the
farmwife to find. This was the sort of thing that happened in this country, but then
Robin McKinley, 2002
My Best Cellar: An Autobiography Up to the Age of Eleven - ...
A 13-year-old hand at the game said 'I always use ha'pennies on slack tight tops'.
This I took to mean you slid ha' pennies round the empty slot and used them like
buttons with your braces. I know there are clip-on braces, but we didn't have ...
Wilf Lunn, 2008
A Kiss And A Promise
From some finn like your own, no doubt, which trades in pennies and ha'pennies!
Why, you stupid, ignorant man, no one steals pennies and ha'pennies, let alone
farthings!' This seemed to convince even the most sceptical. A shopkeeper, still ...
Katie Flynn, 2011
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «HA'PENNIES»
Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term ha'pennies is used in the context of the following news items.
The Syndicate series 3: are the cast's real-life stories more rags or …
“There were not two ha'pennies to rub together,” he told Michael Parkinson on Desert Island Discs in 1987. “Mother performed miracles. «Radio Times, Jun 15»
Ruffer On Inflation, Deflation And Monetary Instability
He observed that the reason for this was not the abundance of eggs, but the shortage of ha'pennies. This is a crucial distinction, since a falling ... «ValueWalk, Apr 15»
It seems we all have money we can't be bothered using
The other option is to get rid of one and two cent coins altogether - just as was done with farthings and ha'pennies in the past, and as in the ... «Irish Independent, Apr 15»
Spectrum Now 2015: Golden Age Cinema pops up at The Domain
"That doesn't mean we will accept ha'pennies!" says Jinx. "Most of the Tuesday films come from the '70s and '80s and we charge around $5-10 ... «Sydney Morning Herald, Mar 15»
'Scottish managers could be success in England'
Scottish managers are team builders, as guys like John Hughes and Derek McInnes have shown in Scotland with barely two ha'pennies to rub ... «Scotsman, Feb 15»
UK treasures endangered by museum cuts
... best find in 40 years out in all weathers with his metal detector: the 5,200 Anglo-Saxon silver pennies and ha'pennies, from 40 different mints, ... «The Guardian, Feb 15»
Skinner blasts Tories' nastiest generation
“What else have they got when they're skint, when they've got payday loans, up to their eyeballs in debt and haven't got two ha'pennies to rub together? «Morning Star Online, Jan 15»
Matthew Boulton: The grandfather of modern coinage
However the industrial revolution was taking off in the Midlands and North and workers needed to be paid in small change - ha'pennies were ... «BBC News, Oct 14»
Hope For the Best: Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Arkansas Razorbacks
High praise from a man who doles out accolades the way Ebenezer Scrooge dishes ha'pennies. Saban seems to have a special fondness, ... «Roll 'Bama Roll, Oct 14»
Transfer deadline day loan deals embraced by big clubs as …
Once the domain of lower league clubs from who couldn't rub two ha'pennies together, being involved in a loan deal is now the ultimate status ... «Daily Mail, Sep 14»
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