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Penny

The formal or informal name for the smallest unit of many currencies. One penny is usually equal in value to one cent or the equivalent.
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Easy,'' the clerk cautioned, "Don't put too many in there, some people come in and raid the penny dish to help pay for a pint.
Presented in the first person the narrative originates with speaker, Penny Falucci, explaining that Me-Me, Penny's grandmother, says heaven is full of fluffy white clouds and angels.
The actress thinks that Leonard will be more of the bride than Penny.
Pennies, their detractors say, are a nuisance - one of them won't buy anything; a penny can't even be used in a parking meter.
Penny's parents seem almost naive, and when Penny, a seemingly smart girl, does something she knows she should tell someone about, she keeps it in for fear of not being believed.
He branded Mone 'a manipulative cow' for reducing Penny to tears when she replaced her as the face of Ultimo with his estranged wife Rachel Hunter.
and Hotmail will receive a penny for each e-mail they deliver to their customers.
Statuesque Penny Lancaster stunned the modelling world last year when she won a pounds 200,000 contract with leading bra manufacturer Ultimo.
Invite other classrooms to participate in a Penny Harvest as a total school project
However, after 4 days in a child's stomach, this penny had lost one-quarter of its weight, developed dangerously ragged edges, and induced an ulcer in the stomach lining.
We are just relieved it's all over and that we can get on with our lives and get Penny anything she needs," she said.