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he hasn't a penny to his name

(adj.) = not have two pennies to rub together ; down-and-out.
Ex: Their poor mother worked herself to the ground all day long, didn't have two pennies to rub together, and they were always just a little bit hungry. Ex: The story is based on an overheard conversation between a well-meaning librarian and a down-and-out old man seeking validation for his unpublished poetry.

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