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  • s  used of nail size; 1 3/8 in or 3.8 cm long

  • Bland, moonfaced Winston Churchill, Conservative Chancellor of the Exchequer, whose modest suggestion of a fourpenny (8) reduction in the tax on tea has been received by the .
  • When he was a child-actor in London he used to steal waitresses' fourpenny tips to eke out his meagre lunches.

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