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  • On the first turn, they moved two pennies across the finish line – Zelda, having rolled a two, was only able to move two pennies of her four-penny inventory.

    VELOCITY

  • On the first turn, they moved two pennies across the finish line – Zelda, having rolled a two, was only able to move two pennies of her four-penny inventory.

    VELOCITY

  • On the first turn, they moved two pennies across the finish line – Zelda, having rolled a two, was only able to move two pennies of her four-penny inventory.

    VELOCITY

  • On the first turn, they moved two pennies across the finish line – Zelda, having rolled a two, was only able to move two pennies of her four-penny inventory.

    VELOCITY

  • This was a tax on every person in the kingdom, male and female, above the age of fourteen, of three groats (or three four-penny pieces) a year; clergymen were charged more, and only beggars were exempt.

    A Child's History of England

  • As the protests showed no signs of wilting, the government eventually scrapped its proposal for a one-penny increase on the four-penny fares.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • She was sent out on yet another errand in the cold, and she found a four-penny piece in the snow.

    sheepdip Diary Entry

  • "What about a four-penny knee trembler t" share wiv a comfy lady?

    Ripping Time

  • And if I hadn't any money, I'd just have to give him a four-penny knee-trembler, for free.

    Ripping Time

  • A Joey is the flash term for a four-penny piece, or eight cents of our money, and is so called because these silver coins, somewhat larger than a half-dime, are said to owe their origin to

    The Continental Monthly, Vol. 2 No 4, October, 1862 Devoted To Literature And National Policy

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