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HALF. One equal part of a thing divided into two parts, either in fact or in contemplation. A moiety. This word is used in composition; as, half cent, half dime, &c.

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Option 1: This is the current Leicestershire pattern which includes an early autumn half-term break and an early spring half-term break.
City's term time pattern - with a later autumn half-term break but maintains an early spring half-term break.
Crafty ideas, high jinx and making waves are all on the half-term agenda
Throughout half-term week from October 21 to 29, you can join the residents of Blists Hill Victorian Town as they celebrate Halloween in traditional style.
The cheapest longer-haul half-term option for families is Dubai, where the UAE dirham is currently more than 8% weaker than a year ago.
By searching around, we found that at Center Parcs you can save up to PS600, thanks to the Welsh half-term being a week later, and at Butlins you can expect to pay around PS50 less.
For example, by searching around, we found that at Center Parcs you can save up to PS600, thanks to the Welsh half-term being a week later, and at Butlins you can expect to pay around PS50 less.
Our half-term camps provide a fun and inclusive environment for children and adults of all abilities to enjoy sport and build stronger family relationships.
Half-term grade: A+ PSNI Current position: 2nd Top scorer: Anderson, Moody, McCullagh (3) So far in a sentence: A flying start before having their wings clipped somewhat.
The most affordable half-term holiday destination is Malta, which costs GBP468 per person, a saving of 4.
THERE are loads of ways to get stuck in, get your hands dirty or get crafty with the National Trust this half-term.
More than one and a half million people are expected to travel with British Airways this February half-term as sunshine-starved Brits take a break from the February freeze.