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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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While China will remain its main market, Sino Grandness is also looking to expand to South-east Asia, using Singapore as a springboard.
HONG KONG, Mar 25, 2016 - (ACN Newswire) - Mainboard-listed Sino Grandness Food Industry Group aims to spin off its beverage unit to list outside of Singapore.
In contrast to the bold design statements, Leveaux imposes a modern, naturalistic feel on a play that should thrum with melodramatic grandness and hyperbole.
``It established a great tradition of exhibition sideboards and its grandness was to be imitated by every cabinet-making firm which exhibited in the latter half of the 19th century.
None stood out as a particular favourite, rather he enjoyed different gardens for different reasons -Balmoral's conservatory, the stream garden at Sandringham, Highgrove's rich and aspirational garden, the grandness of Windsor, the functionality of Buckingham Palace.
What I love about Lean's films are the grandness of scale and yet the attention to detail with the characters.
I am told: "All this lack of grandness is what the Duke wants.
The grandness of these phenomena, both natural and un-, begs to be writ large.
And the treat of running a Boxster S, with all its glories and its grandness, makes it a truly fabulous buy even at pounds 38,150.
The generosity of the couple was evident in the grandness of the buffet spread and the two tables of the best desserts imaginable.
A new set from Daniel Ostling captures the grandness of a Persian king's chamber, while live music, played by three onstage musicians, helps enhance both the Middle-Eastern setting and the feeling of enchantment.
The suites vary in size and grandness, my own consisting of up to four rooms with a never-ending bathroom and wet room for evenings of rest and relaxation.