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Hitachi KH1105 DAB Radio - Was £59.98 now £29.98 - Currys

£29.98 @ Currys
Not bad price and comes with a rechargeable Batt Pack. Tuner - DAB Digital Radio Power - Mains power Presets - 2 presets Other - 4 watts output Other - Rechargeable Battery Read More
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9y, 2m agoFound 9 years, 2 months ago
Not bad price and comes with a rechargeable Batt Pack.

Tuner - DAB Digital Radio
Power - Mains power
Presets - 2 presets
Other - 4 watts output
Other - Rechargeable Battery
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9y, 2m agoFound 9 years, 2 months ago
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#2
OOOPss didn't notice that.

Thanks
#3
I I assume that you meant 1 penny more.
Pence is the plural of penny.

Sorry to be pedantic but this is one of my pet hates.
#4
gillian107
I I assume that you meant 1 penny more.
Pence is the plural of penny.
Sorry to be pedantic but this is one of my pet hates.



Looks like you have your work cut out for you!
http://www.isms.org.uk/1_pence.htm

Also Google has 230,000 pages with "once pence" although some are true plurals such as 21p. :whistling:
#5
To be REALLY pedantic.

As I see it - Penny is what the old currency used to be called when there were 240 pennies (or pence) to the pound.

Pence as used these days, is an abbreviation of 'NEW PENCE' so one new pence or one pence (For short) is acceptable.

So there!!

Now if you were to complain about being 'TEXTED'.....??
#6
rizla01
To be REALLY pedantic.

As I see it - Penny is what the old currency used to be called when there were 240 pennies (or pence) to the pound.

Pence as used these days, is an abbreviation of 'NEW PENCE' so one new pence or one pence (For short) is acceptable.

So there!!

Now if you were to complain about being 'TEXTED'.....??


They were only called 'new pence' initially - if you look at the coins from about the 1980s the 'new' was dropped.

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