Millieme


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Millieme

A subdivision of the Egyptian pound. One millieme is equal in value to 1/1,000 of one pound. It is not used in practice.
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MILLIEME was, unsurprisingly, the top-priced yearling filly of 1978, fetching 250,000gns at Goffs within three months of Shirley Heights's double Derby triumph.
The cost of a word to be translated has also increased substantially, "the cost of the written word has gone from being in the range of milliemes to almost one Egyptian pound", said author Gamal El Ghitany.
By By Hugh Nico Our visitor, Roger Croft, worked for the two newspapers almost half a century ago, from 1963 to 1965, in the days when the papers each cost 30 milliemes (3 piastres).