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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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Halfpenny had not scored a try for his country since 2013, but the full-back proved he has rediscovered his mojo by crossing twice, in a record personal Test tally of 24 points.
However, as Wales look to develop a more expansive, attacking game leading into the next global gettogether in Japan and with the emergence of young talents like Steff Evans and Josh Adams, Halfpenny is no longer a shoo-in.
British and Irish Lions full-back Halfpenny will return to Wales after three years in France with Toulon, having signed a national dual contract with the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) and the Scarlets.
Toulon owner Mourad Boudjellal revealed last month that Halfpenny, one of France's highest earners, wouldn't be offered an extended stay at the Stade Mayol.
Halfpenny, player of the 2013 series in Australia, plays for Toulon who could be involved in France's Top 14 final the day after the Lions' opening fixture.
However, Halfpenny kicked two penalties to one more from Sanchez to seal victory for Wales.
Toulon star Halfpenny lines up at full-back against Cardiff visitors Australia for his first Wales appearance since he suffered knee ligament damage during a World Cup warmup game in September last year.
Therefore, the smart money will be on Halfpenny returning to the Blues, who are already on record as wanting him back, and Davies heading to his old stomping ground of Parc y Scarlets.
Wales head coach Warren Gatland confirmed that scrumhalf Webb is undergoing a scan on an ankle injury, while Halfpenny will have a knee scan today or tomorrow.
Halfpenny Green Vineyards, based near Kinver in Staffordshire is expanding both its winery, where it will be offering guided tours and a private dining facility, as well as doubling the size of the farm shop.
Wales star Halfpenny will arrive in Hong Kong, and then move on to Australia, as one of European rugby's hottest properties.
ANDY ROBINSON reckons it's a shoot-out between Stuart Hogg and Leigh Halfpenny for the Lions' full-back spot in this summer's tour.