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Grand

In the United States, a slang term for multiples of $1,000. The term "big ones" is also used. For example, "10 grand" and "10 big ones" both mean $10,000.
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And never in the lifetime of most investors have small stocks underperformed big ones as badly as they have over the last year.
One of the problems we have is that we don't really know how many Big Ones we've had.
Big ones - 10, 20 pounds or more - are full of eggs.
He said: "This is what you dream of, trying to win one of the big ones, and you still class this as one of the big ones.
I've had big ones in previous years but not this size.
Isobel Chisholm, five, of Saltburn, said: "Spiders, including the big ones.
I've got three big ones coming up in Europe after this," McIlroy said.
I admit it: I like trade shows, especially big ones like NPE.
The fun days will include guest appearances from the Newcastle Vipers, The BIG Ones, cheerleading performances and horse shows.
It's called ``Hurricanes of Life'' - the big ones like Katrina, and the little, everyday hurricanes that a couple of kids named Chance and Randy are going through right now.
Because smaller dunes outpace bigger dunes and eventually appear in front of them, the small dunes seem to be punching through big ones.