There is the man who yearned for eternal life but was terribly attached to his own possessions, and the poor widow who put her last penny in the treasury.
We are not prepared to give that man a penny of our money.
Let private enterprise provide whatever private facilities the market demands but let not a penny of public money go into them.
we didn't get paid a penny
Donation cards are an easy way to direct money to your favourite cause without costing you a penny .
To make things easier, the penny will also go up in value one cent each year until it is worth five cents.
There were claims in parliament that she wasn't worth a penny of the money the civil list paid her.
It is difficult to estimate the costs of printed portraits, but popular ballads sold for between a half penny and a penny between 1520-1640.
I said it wouldn't require a penny of government money.
They also included a selection of threepenny bits, a 1916 halfpenny and a penny piece from 1921.