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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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Mr Huang Yupeng, Chairman and CEO of Sino Grandness said, "I am pleased with the steady performance we have achieved during the first half of 2016.
Accordingly, in grandness of vision alone, Sunbather feels light years away from their charmingly raw, 2010 demo EP.
Announcing his theme for LFW 2013 Summer/Resort Gaurang said "Our woven collection at LFW will reflect grandness with contemporary as well as fashion forward captivating look.
Jason Howard, in the title role, may not have matched Harris in charisma or grandness of style, but he sang earnestly and, for the most part, convincingly, especially in the final act.
The prose is of a nature to match the grandness of the imperial court but on occasion descends into a vulgarity that lessens one's regard for the book and for a writer who feels it necessary to write in such a manner.
I see a theatricality in the new paintings, which comes from a number of things, for example, the grandness of opera.
The modernist disdain for grandness has affected entrances of other museums as well.
Served on a platter without much garnish or ado, the grandness of those finely sliced pieces of salmon, tuna, octopus, yellowtail and sea bass, was understated.
A bit of a sneak peek into the archi- tecture, the grandness and the glamour of the structure would add to the whole appeal and mystery one's trying to create.
Osama Samrah, Director of the Sharjah Media Centre, gave a detailed presentation of the official guidelines on the usage of the celebrations' visual identity, and said what has been created this year is an outstanding identity 
that matches the grandness of the occasion of the UAE's 40th National Day.
The Grand Tour lost its grandness and became tourism.