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|DERIVED||Inferred from, learnt from E.g. derived from the recipe book (the recipe being spoken about has been taken from the recipe book)|
|LGY||On a comic book it stands for Legacy and it refers to the issue number counting from the first issue regardless if they have started back at issue one, which they do often.|
|AAAA||A slang term which express shouting, screaming, or screeching either in horror, excitement, surprise, etc.|
|dg||If someone is not happy with your answer to a question and wants further clarification, even though you feel you adequately answered the question, you would say to them 'Do you want a War and Peace edition'. Meaning do I have to explain it in such detail akin to the 1,200 pages Leo Tolstoy took to write his novel War and Peace.|
|NAHH||NA is another word for no.|
|fractional||Used in the financial phrase "IN LIEU OF FRX SHARE SPINOFF FROM XXX". Used when fractional shares are not recorded, but you are paid cash instead for what you are owed.|
|YRL||YRL is a marketing platform. It also represents a personal link generated by content creators to a product or service. Content creators can market the product on their social media through their YRL links and get paid in exchange for this.|
|PH||pH scale ((from potential of Hydrogen) the logarithm of the reciprocal of hydrogen-ion concentration in gram atoms per liter; provides a measure on a scale from 0 to 14 of the acidity or alkalinity of a solution (where 7 is neutral and greater than 7 is more basic and less than 7 is more acidic)|
|over the range||Term used to describe the installation point of appliance such as a Microwave as opposed to be being.|
|SABROSA||Spanish for delicious or tasty in the feminine. Sabroso in the masculine usage.|
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