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A slang term for the Finnish markka issued after 1963. It is derived from a Swedish term for "hundred," due to the fact that a 1963 revaluation increased the value of the markka 100-fold. The term was most common in Helsinki.
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"Trump is a guy who promises a lot, but you might have noticed he's got a way of saying the same two words every time he makes his biggest, hugest promises," Kaine said, launching into his best impression of the GOP nominee.
Kaine then went on a long scathing attack against Trump and stressed that the candidate offers little value behind his proposals other than saying 'believe me.' "Trump is a guy who promises a lot, but you might have noticed he's got a way of saying the same two words when he makes his biggest, hugest promises, 'believe me,'" Kaine highlighted.