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Twopence

A coin in the United Kingdom equal in value to 1/50 of one British pound.
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Tuppence blasts her hungover husband: "And where's your wedding ring?
YES, but there are only five Tommy and Tuppence novels, so we're going to have to invent a lot.
Tuppence is a charismatic, excitable and impulsive individual who acts as the perfect partner to the less imaginative, more methodical Tommy.
Lord Tebbit said: 'In my view the only two ministers I'd give tuppence for in the whole Government are (Gordon) Brown and Blunkett.
At times, Tommy and the delightfully-named Tuppence (Jessica Raine), despite being essentially clueless and out of their depth, enjoyed the luck of the devil as they got into, and then out of, scrape after scrape - it was a bit like watching a Famous Five adventure.
PARTNERS IN CRIME BBC1, 9pm Tuppence ponders the cryptic message she discovered in the Soho den, while Tommy is taken to a remote location by Brown's gang after his cover is blown, and forced to steal a secret file from Carter by PARTNERS IN CRIME BBC1, 9pm Tuppence ponders the cryptic message she discovered in the Soho den, while Tommy is taken to a remote location by Brown's gang after his cover is blown, and forced to steal a secret file from Carter by threatening the life of his son.
They are back as Tommy and Tuppence at 9pm on Sunday on BBC1 getting involved in all sorts of matters they shouldn't.
says Tuppence (Jessica Raine) to her husband Tommy (David Walliams) after a series of unusual experiences leads them to play detective on the track of a Soviet hitman in Agatha Christie's Partners In Crime (BBC1, Sunday, 9pm).
Describe the character of Tommy and his relationship with Tuppence.
Christie wrote a variety of books and short stories that featured neither of them, as well as four novels and a collection of tales featuring the adventures of Tommy and Tuppence Beresford, a pair of married amateur detectives.