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$100 million in bond trader's terms.
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1. GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Tonga. The code is used for transactions to and from Tongan bank accounts and for international shipping to Tonga. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.

2. Informal; in bond trading, $100 million.
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"Our hydrogen fuel, which can be arbitrarily adjusted from tens to hundreds of kilotons depending on the target of the nuclear strike, not only exerts enormous destructive power," but can also explode at a high altitude, producing a "super powerful EMP [electromagnetic pulse] against a vast region," ( North Korea's KCNA said.
Countries with advanced nuclear weapons programs can easily design devices well below the kiloton level.
That was 440 kilotons, and left 1,500 people injured, mostly from glass flying out of smashed windows.
The plan specified that each of the five nuclear weapons should have a yield or explosive power equivalent to 10 kilotons of TNT.
It has one of the highest rates of carbon emissions producing 4000 kilotons a year.
Perhaps this phasing out of larger weapons would be beneficial to the world if all states possessing nuclear weapons of over 20 kilotons volunteered to destroy them.
"Most of them are chargers with a power of 10 to 20 kilotons. Such charges were used during the trials in 2013 and 2016 years.
Each warhead has the explosive power of 100 kilotons and Britain's Trident subs can pop off eight in one go.
The freighter's explosion was the most powerful ever experienced by a human population, involving some 2.9 kilotons of TNT.
TOKYO, Sept 6 (KUNA) -- Japan on Wednesday revised its estimate of North Korea's sixth nuclear test, saying that the recorded 160 kilotons explosion was ten times stronger than the Hiroshima bomb.
Referring to the North's sixth nuclear test, the ministry estimated the test's yield at 50 kilotons, much stronger than the previous test last September, which was estimated at 10 kt.