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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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Popular colors include Chartreuse, Fire Tiger, Green Back Pearl, New Penny and Rainbow Trout.
Scars remain, but the new Penny has evolved: "My days had filled with small efforts, sometimes wrenched from the deepest places of my soul, but always guided and supported by God's hands.
Police at the Bromborough pub, Bromborough, Wirral Pictures: ANDREW TEEBAY; Police at the Eastham Ferry pub, Eastham, Wirral; The New Penny Farthing pub, Liverpool city centre, which was closed by police
THE new Penny Plain catalogue has also just been released, so if you're on the mailing list you'll already be thumbing through the pages and noticing the special summer holiday clothing section.
A study commissioned to coincide with the anniversary reveals the pound coin is fast becoming the new penny, with over three-quarters of people in the North perceiving it merely as loose change.
But the Decimal Currency Board were forced to admit one in four people still did not know the worth of a new penny.
Mrs Gill remembers her Christmas stocking contained: a new penny, apple, orange, sweets, nuts, and perhaps a skipping rope or, a rag doll with a wax face.
The selection of slot games is a mixture of customer favorites including Elvis, Jackpot Party, and Wheel of Fortune, along with a wide variety of new penny and 2-cent games, 50-line progressives and multi-line payouts featuring the latest "coinless" slot technology.
eu) final birthday present to its players during its sixth anniversary celebrations is the third brand new penny slot to debut this month.
Days were when children were happy with an orange, a new penny, a small bag of nuts and crack round the ear at Christmas.
I sit up and see my stocking crammed with all sorts - a big, shiny red apple and an orange in the toe, a shiny new penny, a tangerine wrapped in gold-printed tissue paper, a kaleidoscope, some crayons, lots of sweets and a doll sticking out of the top.
They would hang their stockings up at the bottom of their bed on Christmas Eve and when they awoke early the next morning they would leap up and hurtle to thrust their hands inside the stockings to get out what they already knew would be there: an apple, an orange, a few nuts and, if they were really fortunate, a bright and shining new penny.

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