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.
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.
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.