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?" This rising trend must be band!
Referring to the Cajuns, a fellow convict asks of the tall one: "'Halvers?...
By chance, she ends up at Castle Halvers, a spooky, isolated mansion owned by James Reid and his beautiful "but odd" wife Arabella.
"Halvers" go through their literature each evening and divide the pamphlets into two nearly equal piles, keeping one in a drawer and leaving the other for the hotel housekeeping staff.
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.