penful

penful

(ˈpɛnfʊl)
n
the volume of ink held by a pen; the quantity a pen will hold
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Perhaps it was the mention of aristocrats that reminded her of Richard Dalloway and Rachel, for she ran on with the same penful to describe her niece.
Mule ewes slightly easier this week and saw a high of PS84 for a penful from M/s J Browell & Sons, Quarry House.
Mr Douglas Green, Longlea topped the continental and Suffolk class with a great penful finally realising PS89.50.
Mules topped at PS65.50 for a good penful for Mr A McNabney, Barsalloch Farm, Newton Stewart.
Mules topped at PS110 for a penful from Mr G Herdman, Luns House.
Topping at PS106 for a penful of Texel x hoggs consigned by Mr J Foggin & Son, Tosson Tower.
Topping the sale was a penful of Beltex x Hoggs which realised PS98 consigned by M/s S&M Pickworth, Dotland Park.
Topping at PS76.50 for a penful of 41 strong Mules consigned by M/s I Potts, Redburn, Bishop Auckland.
Topping the sale was a marvelous penful of 30 Texel x lambs consigned by M/s J Green & Son, The Follions, realising PS90.
Topping the sale on two separate occasions at PS87 was firstly a pair of Dutch Texel lambs consigned by M/s Storrow, Willimoteswick, Haltwhistle and secondly for a penful of Dutch Texels consigned by M/s B Storey, Woodhead, Haltwhistle.
Topping the sale was a penful of Beltex 5crop ewes with Beltex lambs at foot consigned by M/s C Everitt, Jolly Body Farm realising PS178 per outfit.
Topping the sale was a penful of Beltex x lambs consigned by Mr A Scott & Son, Townfoot, Slaley realising PS91 with a further seven pens of sheep exceeding the PS80 barrier.