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One half of one point. For stock quotes, a half represents one half of $1, or 50¢. For bond quotes, a half represents one half of 1% of par, or $5. For option quotes, a half represents $50.
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Halfpenny, though, played the full 80 minutes and kicked a late penalty that sealed Wales' 11th successive home win and saw them replace New Zealand as the world's number one team.
It is Halfpenny's first appearance for Wales since he suffered a serious concussion against Australia in November last year.
And former Lions and Wales flanker Martyn Williams believes it would take major drop in form from one of the trio for Halfpenny to win his starting slot back.
Kerevi was late, he made contact with the head and left Halfpenny sprawled out on the floor, dazed.
Scotland yapped, but the muzzle was put on them when Halfpenny crashed over to give them a 14-0 lead at the break.
Negotiations over the length of a potential NDC with the Blues also fell down and it has left Halfpenny still searching for new employers.
LEIGH HALFPENNY is an ambassador for Land Rover, a principal partner of the British & Irish Lions tour to New Zealand.
"Leigh Halfpenny starts as goalkicker," Wales' interim head coach Rob Howley said.
Both players were carried off - Webb after 26 minutes and Halfpenny 11 minutes from time - as Wales laboured to a 23-19 success.
Isaiah Bogle, business manager at Barclays in the Black Country said: "Halfpenny Green Vineyards is a great example of a business which has continued to evolve and expand over the years.
Wales star Halfpenny will arrive in Hong Kong, and then move on to Australia, as one of European rugby's hottest properties.
ANDY ROBINSON reckons it's a shoot-out between Stuart Hogg and Leigh Halfpenny for the Lions' full-back spot in this summer's tour.