Sixpenny sentence examples

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  • 1st October 1885.-Introduction of sixpenny tariff.

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  • sixpenny pieces which were considered a charm against evil.

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  • If a horse to be shod, or any broken tool were left with a sixpenny piece at the entrance of the cave the repairs would presently be executed.

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  • sixpenny telegrams, no typewriters, no dictaphones or calculating machines.

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  • They published paragraphs in the newspapers, articles in the magazines, sixpenny pamphlets, five-shilling books.

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  • Shortly after the start of World War II, faced with rapid price inflation, the British Woolworths abandoned their sixpenny price limit.

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  • Entrance was by a sixpenny refreshment ticket and the star was Sam Cowell, who had been lured from Evans ' Supper Rooms.

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  • While there, he published a sixpenny book, Soyer 's Charitable Cookery, giving part of the proceeds to various charities.

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  • Sixpenny illustrated magazines commenced with Good Words (1860) and the Quiver (1861), both religious in tendency.

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  • sixpenny price limit.

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  • sixpenny refreshment ticket and the star was Sam Cowell, who had been lured from Evans ' Supper Rooms.

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  • sixpenny book, Soyer's Charitable Cookery, giving part of the proceeds to various charities.

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  • Lord Lyttleton took with him two guns, one of which he loaded with silver sixpenny pieces which were considered a charm against evil.

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  • There were no telephones, no sixpenny telegrams, no typewriters, no dictaphones or calculating machines.

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