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half

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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If you put your PS2 free bet on Celtic, Inverness and Hibs all to win both halves you could win PS39.60.
Standard and special runnerless molding systems and components include hot halves, valve-gate systems fully assembled, bolt-on systems prewired and tested, integrally heated probes, hot-sprue bushings/nozzles, two-stage nozzle filters, thermocouples, and hot-runner temperature controllers.
We took the cookies that we had baked in the morning, divided them into halves, and passed out one-half to each child.
In the Premier and Football Leagues during the last 12 seasons, 29 per cent of games witnessed most goals in the first half, 27 per cent witnessed the same number in both halves and 44 per cent witnessed most goals in the second half.
Also, because of the position of the bolt pattern, the halves do not rest evenly when bolted together on the floor.
Over those same three seasons of the Premier League, 39 per cent of games witnessed more flag-kicks in the first half, 13 per cent witnessed the same number in both halves and 48 per cent witnessed more corners in the second half.
Standard and special runnerless molding systems and components include hot halves, valve-gate systems fully assembled, bolt-on systems prewired and tested, integrally heated probes, hot-sprue bushings/ nozzles, two-stage nozzle filters, thermocouples, and hot-runner temperature controllers.
The average number of corners taken during first halves was 5.4 and the average number taken during second halves was 5.8.
Football, they say, is a game of two halves. In reality it is a game of 90 minutes, 5,400 seconds even.