halvers

halv•ers

(ˈhæv ərz, ˈhɑ vərz)

n.pl.
Chiefly Dial. halves.
[1500–10]
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RING IN CHANGES I will be otherwise engaged if someone pops the question: "Will we go halvers on the engagement ring?
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By chance, she ends up at Castle Halvers, a spooky, isolated mansion owned by James Reid and his beautiful "but odd" wife Arabella.
He made an arrangement with the Salvation Army next door to go halvers on hiring a Sri Lankan refugee to clean up the trash in the alley between the two buildings at slightly more than the minimum wage.
It uses a technique for exaggerating signal amplitude frequency delay differences to take advantage of the phenomena of small signal suppression and threshold effects from limiting amplifiers and frequency Halvers [TM], respectively.
They sould; after all, Frank Washam and I went halvers on our first bullet mould three decades ago and learned the cast-bullet game together.
LIKE everybody else the credit crunch seems to be taking its toll on Sarah Morrissey and Kevin Doyle as they had to go halvers on a milkshake yesterday.