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Pfennig

A division of the deutschemark. One mark was divided into 100 pfennigs. While the mark no longer circulates, pfennig remains the slang term for euro cents in Germany.
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Pfennig, however, predicts that an animal chomping on an adult will pick up even more pathogens.
Still, "it tends to be something that is not normally seen," Pfennig says.
Pfennig cites two studies showing that plants grow better when potted with kin.
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I never did see the kind but mistaken gentleman's face, but I was better off by 10 pfennigs, about three-and-a-half pence
Thus, the population of the urbanised western world fed endless dimes, tanners, pfennigs or whatever into the meter, grateful for the meagre flame of warmth in their sordid tenements.
It's as instantly distinctive as all the great crooners or radio voices; for my pfennigs our very own Orson Welles.
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This reflects a decline of some 24 Pfennigs compared with the price level in April.
The pound fell more than two pfennigs against the German mark, dropping from 2.