Two Comma

Two Comma

A slang term describing any contract worth between $1 million and $10 million. For example, an investment in $4 million in stock in a two comma deal.
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A stained pearwood spoon pierced with a heart, flanked by two comma motifs and a house design; and a stained sycamore example pierced with four commas above heart motifs carry estimates of pounds 499-pounds 600 and pounds 250-pounds 350.
Please note the two commas. If I regretted not living in Bar Harbor, I'd have to use only the first one, making it: No, I'm sorry I don't live in Bar Harbor.
More than two commas may cause search engines to think you are spamming keywords, and they may penalize you in the results.
Two commas of cauliflower pure and a cluster of sauted button mushrooms in a light/rich sauce and the dish was complete.
The contribution of a skillful editor is also invaluable in preparing a book for publication; a trained eye would not allow for incorrect punctuation (two commas in a row for example as found frequently in this book) or incorrect word usage (the use of the word "hew" when the obvious word to use in the context of color is "hue").
"When people open up their IRA statements and they' re used to seeing two commas and they only see one--it's a shock," Harris added.
I don't want to be a punctuation bore, but the two commas make a difference.
Hughes is rapidly turning into the man able to contradict himself between two commas as he showed on Friday.
969, Paragraph 1 Sentence 1, there are two commas missing in the list of probabilities.
An adverbial clause appearing in the middle of a sentence - between subject and verb - has not one but two commas. And it shouldn't lose either of them: