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Huge

A slang term for the Finnish markka issued after 1963. It is derived from a Swedish term for "hundred," due to the fact that a 1963 revaluation increased the value of the markka 100-fold. The term was most common in Helsinki.
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The good news is that as end point security companies evolve and provide organisations with more intelligent data , organisations are more empowered through knowledge to recognise threats," says Alfred Huger, VP of development, cloud technology group at Sourcefire.
As a native resident of Huger, these historical events were new to me and pleasant surprises.
But now it seems that there's been a much huger exclamation point put on the last two games for them, yet we won both of them.
Teenagers and young adults, who make up the bulk of visitors to networking sites, are seen as easy targets because they are typically more trusting and less security-savvy, Huger said.
That's a good feeling to have, but I 'm going to try to make it even huger.
Cool overcast conditions were ideal for walking, and we made our way down the deepening cleft between walls of red rock, until the cliffs opened up and the legendary facade towered above us, far huger and more impressive in real life than on film or TV.
His development of the sensuous-erotic spirit expanded and deepened over the course of his career and culminated, as we shall see, in the love between Will Barrett and Allison Huger in The Second Coming.
This isn't a question of autarchy or protectionism, but rather one of why the European Union and its own huge market interacting with the huger global market can't do more to lower its 8-9 percent or higher unemployment rates and raise its 1-2 percent low GDP growth rates without foisting that responsibility on either the Asian or U.
Huger, 29450--NATIONAL PARK SVC for NAICS 238220 $30,286
I hate call centres, slugs, Tetra packs, cats, arms dealers, pimps, wire coat-hangers, child abusers and chief executive officers who get huge bonuses for damaging their company and even huger golden handshakes for destroying their company.
She said the scale of the problem was "huge, and it has become huger and huger".
Their profits would have been huger, their workload and hassle factor much less.