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  • abbr. trillion


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  • The editor I know pretty much knew every line in the play by memory, including it's act, scene and line number, tln, and textual issues.


  • Obama seeks $3 tln in cuts - Lost in all this discussion about yet another rogue trader at yet another brokerage/bank/conglomerate is the fact that US taxpayers are spotting these UBS traders the entire nut they're trading with.

  • Scientists recreate Big Bang heat of 4 tln degrees C : Breaking News

  • "Uh" - the entire Bush admiistration did add roughly 2 tln --- over the entire eight years.


  • Remember New loans surged to Yuan 1.39 tln in January after a December hiatus of just 379.8 bln.

  • KT to invest KRW 5 tln for data services network by 2014

    Telecompaper Mobile & Wireless

  • So, is this figure of $10 tln really the minimum cost of artificially drawing 50ppm of CO2 from the air and the real cost is likely to be higher, potentially much higher (i.e. if we are to try to remove carbon from the long "tail" of 30\% of CO2 left after the oceans take up the initial 70\%)?


  • Hansen et al (2008) estimated the cost of removing CO2 out of the air artificially at $10 tln per 50ppm of CO2 ($100 per one ton of carbon).


  • News Analysis: Argentine peso's devaluating faster, but still under control ADB: $50 tln lost in global crisis, developing Asia suffers worst


  • First off was the G20 summit communiqué (leaked in dribs and drabs) which stuck mostly to the previously-leaked drafts but surprised with a much larger-than-expected increase in IMF and other international resources - an almost 3-fold increase by some $1 tln, including $250 bln in trade finance.


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