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Money Slang - English Slang sed by comedian Harry Enfield.
wedge = nowadays 'a wedge' a pay-packet amount of money, although the expression is apparently from a very long time ago when coins were actually cut into wedge-shaped pieces to create smaller money units.
<span>wonga = money. Less common variations on the same theme: wamba, wanga, or womba. Modern London slang. Probably from Romany gypsy 'wanga' meaning coal. The large Australian 'wonga' pigeon is al
last interval [days]
repetition number in this series
scheduled repetition interval
last repetition or drill
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