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farden

(ˈfɑːdən)
n
a dialect word for farthing
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I don't care if we haven't lost a farden, but you're too free.
That's the pint, sir,' interposed Sam; 'out vith it, as the father said to his child, when he swallowed a farden.
If you don't give me three-and-sixpence, don't give me a brass farden.
Pumblechook worked his head like a screw to screw it out of me, and said, "Is forty-three pence seven and sixpence three fardens, for instance?
1p pkg for a 297kg CHX from Taiglim and PS1440 for a 606kg LimX from Farden.
Farden, Handbook of Modern Sensors Physics, Designs, and Applications, Third Editon.
Madeline Dickson 1 0 2, Beth Lyons 2 0 4, Sam Currie 1 0 2, Kelsey Farden 5 3 14, Abby McGrath 6 1 18, Cassie Kearney 1 0 2.
Tuesday, April 15 Stocksfield Plants and Gardens Society, demonstration, Maintaining a Lutyens/ Jekyll Farden, by Penny Norton, Stocksfield Community Centre, 7.
Andrew Farden, 26, was rumoured to have cut himself badly enough to be taken for treatment at West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, where he was sprung by a waiting gunman.
95) in audio, narrated by actor Jerry Farden and appearing unabridged on CDs.
Silly but watchable adventure, starring Dayton Ka'ne, Maren Jensen, Kathleen Swan and Keahi Farden.
Paul Davidtz and Shane Farden have been denied an adapted bungalow in Penarth by the Vale of Glamorgan Council PICTURE: Liz Pearce [umlaut]