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  • n  a former United Kingdom silver coin; United Kingdom bronze decimal coin worth two pennies

  • If you invest your tuppence Wisely in Geithner's publicprivate toxic asset tank Safe and sound? Soon that tuppence, Safely invested in the toxic asset tank,.
  • Penny a hoist, tuppence as long as you like.
  • Poor persons with colds may pay tuppence (4) to sit in a large chamber inhaling beneficial gases.

  • Gary Lineker in guardian.co.uk
    In a 1996 magazine feature focusing on their relationship Gary said: "Wayne is good at business - he has always been able to turn a penny into a tuppence. I admire the way he has built up the clubs. It is his little empire which will hopefully...
  • Tony Pulis in Mirror.co.uk
    I don't give a tuppence about what Wenger thinks of my players,said Pulis. "He doesn't know them as well as me. Ryan doesn't have a bad bone in his body. He's an absolute gent. We're devastated for Aaron but I'm also desperately worried...
  • Padraig Harrington in Scottish Daily Record
    Then when quizzed about his slaughtering of Tour plans, Harrington said: "I'm happy to throw my tuppence into any argument. Life would be no fun if we didn't have dissension. Anyway, in my eyes we have to go global. The US tour is No.1, Europe is...

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