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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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He's the hugest support system I have," she says with immense gratitude.
On the Fourth some time after dinner and before dusk, we would drive to what seemed to me to be the hugest lot in the world, where we'd park and wait.
Find out what a silicon chip is and how Intel became one of the Valley's hugest successes.
But - probably due to the powers of the same infernal progeny of the original Turing machine - gigantic, static art objects like Oldenburg's Swiss-Army-knife-trireme and Rosenquist's million-dollar Guggenheim commission, The Swimmer in the Econo-mist (both present in Bilbao's hugest ground-floor gallery), are going to look more and more like the sideshow dinosaurs they probably are.
For literally thousands of years goiter was merely one of the curiosities of medicine, for the reason it occurred chiefly in remote mountain valleys and that only the hugest and most tremendously overgrown cases were noticed.
The Mojave also contains nearly three dozen volcanic cinder cones, including the Cima Dome, which is covered by what many believe to be one of the world's hugest and thickest Joshua tree forests.
LONDON -- The infectious disease testing market, one of the fastest growing segments of the in vitro diagnostics industry, is currently the hugest challenge faced by suppliers.
The railway section Saida - Moullay Slissen is part of the hugest development plan of the railway infrastructure of the country by Ente ANESRIF.
Soar Mill Cove clearly knows sea air works up an appetite, and its restaurant serves up the hugest, most delicious helpings of local seafood and meat.
2%, especially South Korean and Taiwanese vendors suffered the hugest losses and some of them lost the revenue by 50%, let alone bankrupt small vendors.
Nonetheless, on 29 January, another attack occurred and came as the army's hugest loss in decades, raising even more questions on the effectiveness of curfew hours as a security solution," RCSS stated.