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senior member (history)
2020-05-28 19:55
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awaiting decision
not pay for goods when you got them it was called getting them on tick. Markets were held at cross roads long ago. They are still held at cross-roads in some places. Long ago a penny was called a wing, and a halfpenny a make, A sixpenny-bit was called tanner and a shilling was called a bob. The four-bit and the farthing have gone out of use.