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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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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
Children from the Oratory Catholic Primary School, in Ladywood, were spellbound as they heard how a shiny new penny, an apple or an orange were the Christmas presents to many a grateful youngster.
Myself, I regret the passing of that British institution `cod and six,' and the fact that spending a new penny, as well as being considerably more expensive, is going to sound just a bit more coy.
5 -- color) After restoration, domes will shine like a new penny
No weakling, though its 13 degrees is masked by a character that's as bright as 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.
A week after the original 10 penny slots were switched to the new mobile-friendly technology, the casino launched the Native American-themed Dream Catcher, the first of three brand new penny slots making their debut during the month-long birthday party.
The shiny new penny was a phenomenon I never fully understood.
Popular colors include Chartreuse, Fire Tiger, Green Back Pearl, New Penny and Rainbow Trout.
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.
THERE'S a shiny new penny for the reader who can spot the difference from the team poster in the Chester City programme at the beginning of the season (left), and the one they have in now (right).

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