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  • n. Plural form of halfer.


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  • I enjoyed her uniquely named creatures - in a world where wood is scarce, desks and beds are made of concrete and animals are known as 'halfers', 'yabuts', 'gribiens', and 'Dutchers' weasel-crossed lynxes.

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  • Still, it is likely to be the first time that Florida beat New York at minting millionaires (or, in 2004's case, million-and-a-halfers).

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  • About 40% of the net worth of California's million-and-a-halfers was in real estate in 2004.

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  • But you can bet that with the real-estate slide, California's and Florida's million-and-a-halfers will be hit especially hard.

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  • Being in the Fifth he could, of course, suit himself what he did with his halfers.

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  • According to the Oxford Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, the saying "Finders keepers (losers weepers)" dates as far back as the early 19th century, recorded as "No halfers-findee keepee, lossee seekee".

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