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 What does k mean in money terms?

Answer The symbol k when used in money and in many other areas represents thousands. For example, $30k is equal to $30,000. The symbol is derived from the prefix kilo, meaning thousand.Source:Merriam-Web... Read More »
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What does e stand for in money terms in England?

The monetary system in England is based on the GBP (Great English pound) and is represented by a "£" symbol. There are 100 pence in a pound sterling, and a single pence is a penny.Source:England T... Read More »
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In money terms, what is the greatest amount of damage you've ever caused?

When I was 8 years old, my friend and I accidentally totaled (by fire) his parents kitchen.His parents left him alone during the summer, while they worked. So it was easy to get into trouble.One da... Read More »
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What is considered 'too high' in terms of a blood/sugar reading. In 'old money' please UK?

Healthy range of daily testing before meals is between 4 and 9.Healthy range for the hba1c blood tests at the surgery or hospital should be between 7.5 - 7.9.
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I live in Bangkok and in my condo the director serve 2 terms is he allow to serve the 3 terms?

Your governing documents will give you the answer you want. They may be the only place where you can find the answer to your question, unless there are other laws in Bangkok that rule on the number... Read More »
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