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  • n. Plural form of ha'p'orth.


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  • He kept his ink in a single moderate-sized jar, out of which he measured penn'orths and ha'p'orths into the various receptacles brought by customers who came to demand "a sup" or "a drain."

    Strangers at Lisconnel

  • It's true, "she went on, with a pitying look at the shabby, down-at-heel fellow, who had spread out his seventeen francs on the table," it's true that you're known not to have two ha'p'orths of memory, and that at the end of an hour you have forgotten what you've done! "

    Messengers of Evil Being a Further Account of the Lures and Devices of Fantômas


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