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YUM

The ISO 4217 currency code for the Yugoslavia New Dinar.

YUM

ISO 4217 code for the Yugoslav new dinar. It was introduced in 1994 following a period of hyperinflation and pegged to the Deutsche mark at par. It was used in Montenegro until 2000; it was replaced by the mark, which was later replaced by the euro; Serbia continued to use the new dinar until 2003, when Yugoslavia officially split into Serbia and Montenegro. At that time, it was replaced by the Serbian dinar at a 1:1 ratio.
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The company are leading suppliers of gluten-free bread to supermarket giants such as Tesco, and specialise in yum-yums.
The type of smart, sensitive, string-laden pop Yum-Yum made hasn't been commercially viable for a very long time.
It was, perhaps, an unintentional irony that Chris required complete control of the creative process in order to produce a replica of schlock, but the most meaningful irony of all was the fact that Yum-Yum was to be a product of the pop-music industry even before it was a critique.
On certain occasions Yum-Yum will be played by Patricia Lathrop-McPherson.
much as Yes, Director Lloyd-Gilbert and Sullivan stalwart Richard Suart adds new targets to Ko-Ko's 'little list',' Nicholas Sharratt sings the role of Nanki-Poo, Rebecca Bottone is Yum-Yum, and former Scottish Opera Emerging Artist Sioned Gwen Davies is Pitti-Sing.
Disguised as a musician, he returns to Titipu to marry his first love, Yum-Yum.
There's a strong line-up of performers with Paul Richmond as Nanki Poo, Sandra Hosker as the fair Yum-Yum, Denis Armstrong as the Mikado and Norma Walker as Katisha.
A bit severe, but by the time you fathom out the tangled romances of Yum-Yum, Ko-Ko, Katisha and Nanki-Poo, all will become clear.
You just ignore your hips as you lick your lips, Fast food, microwaved, takeaways, yum-yum, No need to prepare, as the TV chefs into us drum, Salads, fruit, vegetables, water to drink aplenty, Eat sparingly, lost the flab, be like a stick-sentry, Oh I try the best I can, celery, yogurt, apple a day, But my tummy rumbles, and I have feet of clay, Cabbage soup, asparagus, pasta, rice, cut out bread, What do I dream of?
Which operetta features the characters Yum-Yum and Nanki-Poo?
Benjamin Butterfield made a splendid Nanki-Poo, charmingly matched by Jennie Such's Yum-Yum.
Chicago's Chris Holmes, whose appropriately named band Yum-Yum looks to the disposable pop of the '60s for inspiration, makes no secret of his musical sweet tooth.