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Pence

A subdivision of the British pound. A pound is divided into 100 pence. Its singular is penny. See also: Cent.
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Pence had recently come under fire from both sides of the aisle in his home state.
You've wasted all this time and energy on it, and it's not going to end abortion anyway," Trump reportedly said to Pence.
To have a lasting victory for our values, we have to recognize that the present crisis is not just economic and political but moral in nature," Pence said.
On Wednesday, Pence offered his own endorsement to House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan, the top US elected Republican, after Trump infuriated many party leaders by declining to endorse Ryan in his re-election bid.
In this store, most everyone has Fiestaware" on her or his bridal registry, says Pence.
In Northern Ireland beef bulls are fetching 156 to 160 pence a kilo for lots of U3.
Pence has served in a variety of capacities within the oil industry.
While other vice presidents have been the target of lobbying in the past, Pence has been viewed as one of the most powerful vice presidents in recent history.
Mike Pence his running mate could increase enthusiasm for the Republican ticket from at least one member of the Texas congressional delegation - Pence's friend and former colleague U.
The average weekly price of unleaded fuel has stayed between 76 and 77 pence per litre (ppl).
5 pence per litre (ppl), is higher than at any time during 2001.